Outlook signatures using VBS

I have been asked to standardize our Outlook 2007 signatures so that they will display certain fields from Active Directory along with a default font & size. I have done some investigation but I am struggling to find a VBS file with my needs. Can someone please help by writing a VB script that matches the criteria below.

Regards, (static text)
Display name (via LDAP)
Company x (static text, BOLD)
Telephone number (via LDAP)
Email (via LDAP)

The VB script needs to create an Outlook signature in .html, .rtf & .txt format and must be Arial pt12.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
James WoodAsked:
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gammCommented:
Hi James,

I appreciate this may not answer your VBS question, I'm only posting here as you haven't received a VBS response after a week.

If you are running Microsoft Exchange (even if you're not see QS Disclaimer) then you could consider purchasing a tool that will automate the process for you. These tools are installed on your Exchange server and centrally manage your signatures without needing to code (HTML experience allows you to code directly if you want). I have experience with the below two applications, both of them work well and have AD integration with the fields you are after, they have different price points so both are worth trialling separately to see which better meets your needs.

CodeTwo Exchange Rules
http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-rules-family
Cost $: Cost based per user.
"CodeTwo Exchange Rules is a Microsoft Server add-on designed to help server administrators centralize the management of email signatures and disclaimers on MS Exchange. It will help you quickly set up professional signatures for all employees in your company, without configuring anything on their computers or mobile devices."

QS Disclaimer
http://www.pa-software.com/qsdisclaimer/
Cost $: One off cost.
"QS Disclaimer is a system for adding legal disclaimers and signatures to all e-mail messages from a Microsoft Windows Server with Exchange or IIS, giving your company a professional and legally compliant feel."
QS Disclaimer also appears to be able to install to non-Exchange environments, see the "Requirements" tab on their web site to see if you meet the requirements.
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James WoodAuthor Commented:
Hi gamm

Appreciate the above response. I have to used VBS and therefore created a script using example code from various sites.

Thanks
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James WoodAuthor Commented:
Created a script as this was the process we had to use.
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