Exchange 2013 Disclaimers

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I have Exchange 2013 disclaimer enabled under mailflow rules.  It seems to work fine when I send new email.  It doesn't seem to work when I reply to any email or when I forward any email.  Is there a way to fix this?

Thanks.
TechLordiAsked:
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Ben HartCommented:
from what I can find it appears that you cannot apply disclaimers/signatures directly to the latest reply in the string natively in Exchange 2013.  You will likely need to employ a 3rd party tool.


http://www.mail-signatures.com/articles/how-to-set-up-email-signatures-on-exchange-server-2013/
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TechLordiAuthor Commented:
Man that sucks.

Thanks.
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TechLordiAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for TechLordi's comment #a41282568

for the following reason:

I guess that's the limitations with Exchange 2013
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Ben HartCommented:
I helped but no points? hmm
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TechLordiAuthor Commented:
sorry. I didn't mean the answer sucks, but I meant the limitation in exchange 2013 sucks.
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Ben HartCommented:
Oh no I know you didnt mean that, :)
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Adam (CodeTwo Software)IT AnimalCommented:
Hi TechLordi,

Hub transport rules are easiest to set up, but have the limitation Ben talked about. The only free method that lets you add disclaimers directly under latest replies/forwards is a VB script deployed e.g. via GPO: http://www.codetwo.com/admins-blog/active-directory-outlook-signature-vbs-script/?sts=5540

Best regards,
Adam
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TechLordiAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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