Disclaimer on exchange 2003

Can I add a disclaimer to all mail from our exchange 2003 server that is easy for a non technical person.

I would also like to have exemption to addresses as well
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DaveConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Thoe don't work with exchange 2003.
You can add a disclaimer but it requires scripting or third part tools. I would recommend paying for the third party tools, but if you want to do it manually the instructions are here:-


but it looks like there are many gorchas.....
bachopperAuthor Commented:
any 3rd party suggestions
Making Bulk Changes to Active Directory

Watch this video to see how easy it is to make mass changes to Active Directory from an external text file without using complicated scripts.

We use CleatSwift secure e-mail gateway:-


 but that does Spam Detection and blocking on in-bound as well as adding the disclaimer. It starts around £1000/year for 100 users plus hardware to run it on so I was going to say its probably out of your price range, but on reflection its probably great value because of all the features it offers, and its probably comparable with other solutions.

Also check out the list of add-ins at slipstick..


always a good site for Exchange add-ins.. Lastly exclaimer seems popular

actually the pricing on exclaimer looks better...
Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
We are using Exchange server functionality without using a third party.  Our disclaimer is configured to be sent to emails outside our organization only as well as the disclaimer is only added if it cannot find it in the message (i.e. I sent an email to an outside address, got a reply and when replying, Exchange will not add the disclaimer).  Look at following links:

Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Exclaimer would be my choice here.
However check if your AV software can do it. If you just want the non-legally binding disclaimer text and not the full signature then something basic in the AV software might be enough.

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