Disabling automatic message to all outgoing emails - Ex 2003

Posted on 2010-11-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
Hi all,

I have SBS 2003 with EX. On every emails sent from the organization, there is a default text at the end of the text body.
I didnt see any third party software installed. Had Kaspersky AV installed. Still havent uninstalled the kaspersky administration kit though.

Can some one direct me?
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What message is it?

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there was an automatic message in the FW - fortigate

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there was an automatic message in the FW - fortigate

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there was an automatic message in the FW - fortigate

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