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Add a company wide disclaimer to all e-mails in exchange 2003

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I have a directive to find a way to add a disclaimer to EVERY e-mail that leaves our exchange 2003 box.

Is that possible and how can we do that?

The VB answer seems a bit extreme. there has to be a good way to get this done

any ideas?
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As far as I know, Exchange 2003 does not have an easy way to accomplish that. It's either the VB scripting way:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/317680/en-us

or the 3-rd party way:
http://www.msexchange.org/software/Disclaimers/
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