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Exchange 2010 and Outlook Signatures

Posted on 2012-03-14
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Hello and thanks in advance!

I am trying to determine the best method for the following without purchasing add'l software/utils:

1 - Remove all customized Outlook signatures for all users across the enterprise (approx 350 people)

2 - Disabled them from setting or resetting those signatures

3 - Best way to use the exch transport rules to add live signatures with info from AD and make this available on replies and forwards (if possible)
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