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3rd Party sopftware for adding signature to BES emails

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Hi i have a client who want to add images etc to a user emails, i have read that its only possible to send text signatures through a bes and we would need some 3rd party software to drop a signature onto the email as it passes through the exchange server?

Can someone reccomend a good piece of software for this job?

Cheers

Matt
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Thanks thats great :)
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Thanks for the points. I think Exchange 2010 transport rules could of done the job for you too because it supports HTML Disclaimers, but you asked for 3rd party so that's what I gave you ;-)
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i rang their support number and asked if it works with BES and blackberrys but it only works with workstations, and my client is on exchange 2003, but thanks for the advice :)
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