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Exchange 2010 Disclaimer on Hub vs Exchange 2003 users

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When I start the slow migration to exchange 2010 from 2003, will my exchange 2003 users get disclaimers on their outgoing emails if I set it up on the Hub transport 2010 Exchange box?
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Hi,

Yes disclaimer will be added to the email when they are routing through Exchange 2010 Hub server.
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Yep. All the messages leaving that HUB server will get the Disclaimer.
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