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Looking for a selective footer program for Exchange

Posted on 2010-08-13
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I have been asked to find a piece of software to attach an outbound HTML footer to select email recipients. We are looking to exempt by email address employees and other select addresses. Does anyone have any ideas for this? Thanks
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Question by:NESupply
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by:SatyaPathak
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Hello @NESupply,

Can you please tell me which exchange server you are using?
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by:JuusoConnecta
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You can use ExClaimer : http://www.exclaimer.com/

Though If you have exchange 2010 you can do like many people (me included), coded your own signature and select the rules and conditions to apply to selective users. I could give you a basic code if you would like to =), or if your company have html coders they could code this for you
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Hi in MS Exchange 2010 you could go to Organization Configuration\Hub Transport\Transport Rules and create one or two rules that set different disclaimers per user. - To identify which user has what disclaimer, we use security groups.
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by:NESupply
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We are about to upgrade from Exchange 2003 to 2010. Our Barracuda Spam 300 is now attaching a HTML footer that advertises our quarterly company magazine and has a link to open it. We can exempt senders through the Barracuda device. What we are looking to do is exempt some specific recipients. There are some customers that have requested this and if we exempt the sender, it removes it from all of his email. I should have explained myself better. Thanks.
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Exclaimer has realeased there newest product to Exchange 2010 which should provide this functionality.

Though I like to do these kind of stuff within the Exchange itself.

I suggest that once you have successfully To Exchange 2010 check out the Hub transport -> transport rules under Organization Configuration. You will find quiet a selective of rules, conditions etc, and see if the features within exchange 2010 itselfs corresponds to your needs,

regards
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by:Razi_Ahmed
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we can add an HTML disclaimer or footer at the bottom of outbound messages with Exchange 2010 transport rules. See below link to know how to do it.

http://www.networkworld.com/community/blog/legal-disclaimers-exchange-2010-letting-lawye
http://www.petri.co.il/transport-rules-adding-a-disclaimer.htm
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