Dynamic Signatures

I have just implemented an Exchange 2010 server and have a transport rule setup which dynamically appends the sender's signature to the bottom of the email via AD.

The trouble I have is, these signatures are appended to the bottom of the email and not to the bottom of the appropriate reply.

Is there a way to adjust this or is there a more suitable way to achieve this outcome?

Thanks,
Wakie
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AkhaterCommented:
Since the signature is done at the transport rule level (server level) rater that at the client level it will be appended to the bottom of the email

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WakieAuthor Commented:
That's what I thought, I'm open for other suggestions though.
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AkhaterCommented:
Sorry I dont have a clear idea, you should be looking into a 3rd party tool that works on the client side
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WakieAuthor Commented:
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