Exclaimer Signature lockdown

Hi Experts,

We are currently rolling out Exclaimer Signature Manager. It all works great and is easy to setup and use, however we have needed to take it a step further now and try to lock it down. I know the signature can be made into read only, which we have done, but we want to be able to block staff from adding new or using old signatures. So we downloaded the Office 2007 administrative templates. There is a policy in there that allows us to block he signatures tab completely, however it also prevents signatures from being deplyed to outlook and appearing on new emails. I was wondering if anyone out there has had the same issue or has a good workaround or solution. Any ideas would be appreciated.

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Jian An LimConnect With a Mentor Solutions ArchitectCommented:
exclaimer has another product called mail disclaimer and it works on the hub transport side (server side).


what it does is, tell the users if they change their signature on their outlook, they expect an overwrite when they deliver the email (mail disclaimer comes to play)

this probably the easiest way to "control" your signature
NWRH ICTAuthor Commented:
Ok, yeah it looks like it would work, but we would rather not have extra software if we do not have too. I think we will need to re-think our lockdown ideas.

Thanks your input
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