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How to add disclaimer and stop it being added to replies

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Hi,

Ive been able to add a disclaimer to our Office 365 mailboxes but cannot stop it being added to replies etc so each time a message is sent, the disclaimer is be added every time. For example, if we send a message to an external company and the respond, there are two disclaimers and if they keep responding to the same email then the disclaimer gets adding each time.

Ive tried adding an exception whereby it checks it the txt from the disclaimer is already present on the email but this is not working.

Any ideas?
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This is exactly what you want....https://www.exclaimer.com/signature-manager-office-365-edition/

I have used this for several of out clients and it is top-notch.

Native Exchange isn't flexible enough to do what you want.

They have  free trial..give it a shot and see what you think.
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Hi,

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 can do exactly what you want.

The program gives you the following options for adding a signature:

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When you leave Add new one un-checked, the signature will be added only once in an email conversation.

You can trial CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 for 14 days.

Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!

- CodeTwo
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Mmmm, only paid solutions - not over the moon about that.
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Here's some information on what you can and can't do in Office 365 with regards to signatures/disclaimers https://www.exclaimer.com/email-signature-handbook/10060-can-cannot-office-365-email-signature

Unfortunately, the only way to get around your issue is to use a paid solution. https://www.exclaimer.com/email-signature-handbook/10089-office-365-vs-exclaimer-cloud-signatures-for-office-365

You can trial our solution for 14 days if you're interested https://www.exclaimer.com/exclaimer-cloud/signatures-for-office-365/ It's the only one on the market that is ISO 27001 certified and is highly regarded with the Microsoft community https://www.exclaimer.com/exclaimer-cloud/signatures-for-office-365/reviews-and-case-studies

If you have any further questions, just give us a shout.

All the best,

Exclaimer
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Two good solutions provided....to get what you are asking for, you will need a paid solution.
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