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How to add a signature in Exchange 2010 on Server

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Hi Guys

I would like to add a global signature to all my users from server side in exchange 2010.

Whats the best way of doing this?
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do you know the macro for email adderss field?
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What do you mean by that ?
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If you mean display the email in the sig it is %%Emal%%
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yeah thank you for that...

is there also an option for hte user to turn off the signature? or choose not to have it?
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Disable the transport rule
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I mean for the user to have the option of doing so
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Ah no it is not possible for it to be controlled by the user
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by:Auric1983
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Well, you could create an AD Group for the signature users and only apply it if they are in the group...

Not perfect and not user selectable, but as the IT admin you could control it
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