Outlook Signature

Hi,
We have (Exclaimer) installed and configured,We have already deployed all the administrative templates in GPO. Now the problem is who have Outlook Standard and Outlook professional SP3, When they send New or Reply emails both signatures are coming one with manually configured and the other one configured in exclaimer.
After too much googling tried all the GPO registry setting but still facing same problem. can some one guide me. Thanks
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CodeTwo SoftwareSoftware DeveloperCommented:
We have learned that the best way to use an email signature management tool (regardless whether it is provided by CodeTwo, or Exclaimer) is to block all manually added email signatures and use only those managed centrally. Here is an article on how to do that: How to prevent Outlook from adding signatures.
And if you want to allow users to add their own email signatures, you could exclude them from the rule which adds the automatic email signature. I honestly do not know if Exclaimer lets you do that, but you can do this easily with CodeTwo Exchange Rules.
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CodeTwo SoftwareSoftware DeveloperCommented:
This question addresses a common issue which some of signature management tools users face. The knowledge base article mentioned above has solved the problem for many users having a similar situation.
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Member_2_6525560Author Commented:
Manually disabled signature from outlook

Thanks to all.
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