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Disclaimer for Office 365 for differnet languages based on Distribution Lists

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Hello,
I have a question regarding disclaimers in Exchange online. Currently we have a standard disclaimer that is apply to everyone through MS Logic and other disclaimer in different languages that are getting applied to users depending on what Distribution group they are in. So, for example if the user is in the German distribution group, he will get a german disclaimer.

Please let me know if we can set up the discalimers based on distribution memberships in Office 365.

Thank you very much
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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You can, the rule condition you need is "The sender is a member of". Just make sure that you add the same as exception to the 'general' disclaimer rule and you do not stop processing other rules.
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Thanks!
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