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Standardized Corporate Signatures for Exchange 2010

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Hello Everyone,
Our company would like to implement standardized signatures for all our users.  Is there a way to implement this from the Exchange server?  I have seen the posts regarding transport rules that can create a disclaimer at the very bottom of e-mail messages but how do you use rules to create signatures that are placed in the same location as Outlook signatures in  outgoing messages? When replying to a message, I need the signature to be placed at the bottom of my reply not the very bottom of the e-mail thread.  If Exchange does not have this feature as a built-in functionality, does anyone recommend any third party software?
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Have a look at Exclaimer:
http://www.exclaimer.com/
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by:aZLAn2000
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I recommend Symprex Mail Signature Manager. It does not require any installations on your Exchange server and is completely client based which is great since I generally do not like third party applications on my Exchange environment.

http://www.symprex.com

Good luck in finding the right product for you.
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Thank you for a quick response providing references to both Exchange transport rules and a list of Third party solutions.
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by:tenover
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What did you end up going with?  I'm in the same boat and need a solution ASAP.  Thanks.
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