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Adding a logo to a disclaimer on sbs server 2008

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Can you tell me if it's possible to add a logo to a disclaimer on sbs serv 2008. If so can you provide me with steps to do so please?
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I am not aware of a native way to do this but the following software is capable:

http://www.exclaimer.com/products/mail-disclaimers/Default.aspx
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Was there something wrong with the comment I posted?

If you are hoping for other comments now in this question - I would doubt they will be forthcoming unless you want to request attention.

It is also good practise to respond to any comments - EE is not like fishing where you dangle your question and wait for the right Expert to come along with the answer you want - you need to interact and post response comments to get the best out of it.  Much like a telephone conversation - it needs both sides to communicate.

Alan
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