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hi

Im running exchange 2010 and was informed that we have people that are recieving emails that have peoples signature blocks twice, and sometimes it deletes some of the information all together. any ideas
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If you receive external emails having two signature blocks , this is most likely a bug in Exchange 2003 OWA used by the sender of the emails.
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they are using outlook 2010
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