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Enforce Email Signature

Is there any way to enforce User (Directly connected to exchange, POP, OWA) Email Signature through MS Exchange 2007/10.

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d3ath5tarCommented:
You could use the transport rules.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638183.aspx#PropertyTypes

This link will give you a list of AD Properties you can use....

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CWCertus1Commented:
Depends what you want in there but you could look into discalimer software to do most for you.
Some software will even take user info from AD as long as that is populated.

You can also copy signature to all users profiles and apply by GPO but this would be a standard sig and would require customising for each user.
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sportsboyAuthor Commented:
am looking for something that can support all kind of connection types (POP, LAN users, owa). which can be the best
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d3ath5tarCommented:
Transport rules. Everything has to pass through the server anyway so it means you on;y do it once....
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CWCertus1Commented:
Best solution is the one that best fits what you want to do and costs the least.
If  you want to add some text to the end of all mails which is fairly simple, transport rules are fine and they are free.

If you want to do something like add HTML code, images or something more advanced, you need to pay for a 3rd party solution. Transport rules (as d34th5tar correctly stated) covers all traffic sent via exchange server by whatever method. I cannot speak for all 3rd party disclaimer apps however I have experience with exclaimer and disclaimit which both cover all methods as long as they are sent via the exchange server.
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