How can I setup corporate Lotus Notes Signature for all users?

So we currently use Lotus Notes 7.x email system, and so the need has just arisen to standardise all the email signatures. Therefore, I'd like to know how to setup a corporate HTML email signature for all the users in my company from server-side. There is 2000 of them altogether. There must be some sort of Notes Domino Admin tool or interface somewhere were you can force email signature template for all. Thanks
_NegalAsked:
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Can you use the server's Disclaimer option?

Otherwise:
http://www.certussolutions.com/wps/wcm/connect/w3eos/Website/Resources/Downloads/
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Faber82Commented:
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Faber82Commented:
Sorry I've post a wrong link. The correct link is
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/nd7-disclaimer/
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scstechteamCommented:
just
create a button under the signature tab, that when clicked it calls the person doc details such as 1st name lastname, company, address, email address etc. We use it at our company and works like a charm.unless users dont click the button and then they dont have signature at all ;)
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akhafafCommented:
 Hi there Negal,,,

I hope this helps :
http://www.ehow.com/how_6199272_create-signature-lotus-notes-7.html

Best Wishes
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_NegalAuthor Commented:
Thanks all for the feedback. Much appreciated. Sief's suggested solution with the Certus Solution Tool is kind of along the lines of what we're considering really. The only problem with this Certus Tool is that it works only with Notes 8. So not really suitable in that sense.

We already have a corporate disclaimer setup, but I am not quite sure how you could use the disclaimer to include every user's specific details, i.e. phone ext. email, mobile, etc. etc. so for that reason the disclaimer isn't a viable option really. Not as far as I can see anyway.
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Contact Certus, to find out if they support older Notes releases.

An alternative: http://www.crossware.co.nz/
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_NegalAuthor Commented:
Gave up on this eventually
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