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Exchange 2010 adding 2 signature blocks

This is happening in random email addresses, but Exchange or something is adding 2 signature blocks to the initial out going mail. I've checked the Transport Rule and nothing has change, that I see. Our internal users use Outlook and Exchange webmail.
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Harold
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Adam (CodeTwo Software)IT AnimalCommented:
Possible culprits:
* Signatures set up by end-users
* 3rd party software

Run get-transportagent in PowerShell to check what applications process your emails.
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
Look for a program called Exclaimer or CodeTwo.

Both of those are popular signature creators for Exchange.
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HaroldNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Adam: There are no local signatures setup and we use no 3rd party apps.
Scott: trying to stop dual sig blocks applied to out going messages. Not trying to setup sig blocks.
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Adam (CodeTwo Software)IT AnimalCommented:
Are the 2 signature blocks identical? Have you checked headers of problem emails for irregularities?

In any case I recommend running get-transportagent just to eliminate any forgotten rogue apps :)
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HaroldNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Adam: there are more sig blocks but the one assigned to this user, is the same as many other users.

get-transportagent, is there more switches to through on this command or just get-transportagent?
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
LOL.  I know you are trying to stop dual blocks.  I was just pointing out two programs that MIGHT be causing your issue.
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Adam (CodeTwo Software)IT AnimalCommented:
The reason I'm asking if they're identical is to rule out some sort of loop where a transport rule adds a signature twice instead of 1 time.

@get-transportagent
No switches, just the command - the list of transport agents typically isn't very long.
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
Get-Transport agent....just that.  No additional switches needed.
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HaroldNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
This is what I get back.....

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>get-transportagent

Identity                                           Enabled         Priority
--------                                           -------         --------
Transport Rule Agent                               True            1
Text Messaging Routing Agent                       True            2
Text Messaging Delivery Agent                      True            3


[PS] C:\Windows\system32>get-transportagent
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HaroldNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
I removed the sig block from sig block group from the users account and logged back in and now it's send a single sig block, not two.
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HaroldNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Found the solution by removing the sig block from user profile and added back.
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