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disclaimer statement beneath signature

Posted on 2011-03-09
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is there a sub-signature feature of some text that can be put under the signature? in outlook 2002.

something like

anushahanna (signature) (

This message is intended only for ................... (extra message)
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There is no sub-signature feature.

However you can refer this article: http://www2.smcvt.edu/its/other_pdf/outlook_xp_autosig_disclaimer.pdf
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thanks
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