Office 365 add message to email body from external senders

Hello,
I want to add color warning message to email body received from external senders in Office 365. I want to users that the email is coming from outside our domain and be cautious.

Thank you
1212proAsked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
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1212proAuthor Commented:
Here is the code I would like to use but I'm not sure where to put this.  Is this a PowerShell command or do I just paste this in the transport rule text box?

Credit to this site for the code:
https://blogs.perficient.com/microsoft/2016/04/office-365-providing-your-users-visual-cues-about-email-safety/


New-TransportRule -Name "Visual Cue - External to Organization" -Priority 0`
-FromScope "NotInOrganization"`
-ApplyHtmlDisclaimerLocation "Prepend"`
-ApplyHtmlDisclaimerText "<div style=""background-color:#FFEB9C; width:100%; border-style: solid; border-color:#9C6500; border-width:1pt; padding:2pt; font-size:10pt; line-height:12pt; font-family:'Calibri'; color:Black; text-align: left;""><span style=""color:#9C6500; font-weight:bold;"">CAUTION:</span> This email originated from outside of the organization.  Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe.</div><br>"
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
PowerShell should do, but you can also create it in the Exchange Admin Center.
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1212proAuthor Commented:
Hi Vasil,  Would I just paste the code after the -ApplyHtmlDisclamerText into the disclaimer text box in the Exchange admin center after creating a new rule?
Thanks,
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1212proAuthor Commented:
I tried adding it to the text box but it highlights the </br and calibri and wants those corrected.  Not sure where to go from here
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
I copy/pasted your sample and it doesnt return any error. Try a different browser maybe? You can also clean up the formatting a bit, start with a simple colored word/phrase and add from there.
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