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I have a Exchange Server 2007 and 3rd Party Programm for our disclaimer.
if i send a mail from my iphone or ipad still Comes out my old disclaimer.
but if i send from outllok then Comes normal my new disclaimer.

where is the Problem?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Are you sure that you don't have a disclaimer configured elsewhere? On the device, transport rule etc? If not then you will need to ask the vendor of the third party tool for assistance.

Simon.
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Let me ask if whether your third party program integrates with your Exchange server? If this is the case, then it does add the disclaimer to all your exchange emails except for iDevices. In case the third part program is an add on for Outlook, things can be a tad clearer. You have to give more info on your situation for others to help you but you know that already.

The simplest reason I can think of is that your iPad and iPhone are configured with the old disclaimer. Have you tried deleting that exchange account entirely and recreating it from scratch on the iPad or iPhone?
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integrates with your Exchange server? --YES


Have you tried deleting that exchange account --YES i did no changing bring
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