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exchange 2010 signature

Posted on 2014-09-18
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Hi,
I use signature in Exchange 2010, by the transport rule.  On the client side, in the thread of the email ( writing email, forward reply)  At the nth mail, all signature stuck together at the end of the mail.  
I want the mail behavior the same as set on client side: each block mail has it signature.

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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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when you reply to a message as good behaviour you should be deleting the unneeded parts of the message.  Most people don't do this which will result in what you are getting now.
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I resolve the problem by using a third party: Exclaimer signature or CodeTWO rule
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