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GFI MailEssentials Outgoing disclaimers not insert on mail

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I am running GFI MailEssentials 2010.0 on my Exchange Server 2007. I am trying to configure the mail disclaimers I have tried  at the user level and the disclaimers are not appearing in our outgoing emails. IS there a step I am missing or is this a known issue.
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by:TechnicallyMaybe
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Are you sure you've configured your inbound domains properly?
1. Right click General ¿ General Settings, select Properties and click on Inbound Email Domains tab.
2. Click Add… button and enter your PUBLIC domain to add new inbound email domains

Repeat step 2 for any additional domains your company may own.
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by:orkinos
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no ,i did all what you write but still no luck
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I bet you'll need to restart the GFI services.
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by:orkinos
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which services do i need to restart ?all GFI ?
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by:orkinos
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i restarted all GFI services ,BUt still no working
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by:orkinos
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oh this is new.
I choosed variable NAME AND SURNAME and send a mail . one this varibale comes out but 2nd email not comes out , Basically only show firts mail not second mail .
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In your disclaimer, are you using html, plain text,  or both?
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plain text
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Make sure the "convert to unicode" option is checked.
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by:orkinos
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i did still not working
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Try a disclaimer without variables to see if they go through.
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i say the solution ,spam services must be stop.
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