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Founded in 2001, Exclaimer is the recognized global market leader in on-premises and cloud-based email signature software and solutions for Office 365, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. It has over 50 million users worldwide with some companies holding licenses for over 100,000 users. Its diverse customer base includes renowned international organizations such as Sony, Mattel, 10 Downing Street, NBC, the Government of Canada, the BBC and many more organizations of all sectors and sizes.

Exclaimer solutions are regularly recommended by Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) and have a strong reputation within the Microsoft community. The company has been the recipient of multiple awards within the IT sphere and has successfully achieved the ISO 27001:2013 Certification for its cloud-based Office 365 signature management service.

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Hi,
I am running exchange server 2003 and the DB size is increased too much i have 3 questions
1) How to move the db and log files of Exchange to other partitions on the HD of the server which has more space then the current location of Exchange DB?

2) How can i reduce the size of exchange databas so that every 3 months i shod not move the db files to other empty partitions of the HD?

3) How can i add diclaimer to the emails on all clients configured on MS Exchange Server 2003?
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Hi,

I have about 30 users using MS outlook. We are using sbs 2003 with exchange server.

I need to change the banner on the bottom of the signature all the time.

Would like to ask is there anyway that i can change at one side and other user will automatically change the banner too. In other word auto signature.

Pls help.
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Exchange mailbox UserA
Exchange mailbox UserB
Mailbox UserA has full rights on Mailbox UserB
Client Outlook 2003

Outlook has one exchange mail profile (UserA), but also set to open UserB

When UserA sends an email as UserA the signature needs to be 'hey i'm userA'
When UserA sends an email as UserB the signature needs to be 'hey i'm userB'

How an this be achieved in Outlook 2003?
If not possible, does Outlook 2010 help me?

Many thanks for any replies.
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I have been asked to find a piece of software to attach an outbound HTML footer to select email recipients. We are looking to exempt by email address employees and other select addresses. Does anyone have any ideas for this? Thanks
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OK Exchange is 2010 and here's the problem.

We have two companies using 1 exchange server,   If I make the transport rule to use inorganization it will add the same text to all emails.

How can I separate the two to reflect company1.com and company2.com when applying a signature
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Hi we have an Exchagne 2003 server fo which we use several domain names as per our company group structure.
We would like to add a different emial disclaimer to for each domain which will include company branding ie different logo for each domain name.
Is this available in Exchagne server 2003 or is there third party software to do this.

cheers
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Hi

I wuld like to add the signature below to all outgoing messages on my network. My server runs SBS 2003.

Confidentiality: Unless expressly stated otherwise, the information contained in this email is confidential and is intended only for the named recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient you must not copy, distribute or take any action or reliance upon it. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender. Any unauthorised disclosure of the information contained in this email is strictly prohibited.






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Hello,

Any idea how to attach a disclaimer on out going emails using exchange 2003?
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We are running outlook 2000 and 2003, we need to rollout new email signatures which has a picutre in it. What is the best and easy way to do this? thanks
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We are running Exchagne 2003 cluster envoinrment, we need to add picture in the email signature. Is there any way we can add graphical content in every email going outbound? thanks
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Is there any way to add a line to outlook signatures for my users? We are moving to a new location and would like to add the announcement to outlook signatures, on a global level rather than at each station, user account.
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I would like to add a disclaimer for all users using our exchange 2003 server.  They all use Outlook as the mail frontend.
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I currently use a Exchange 2007 Transport rule to insert a disclaimer in outbound emails. Is there any way to insert a graphic or logo of some kind? I have been asked if I can insert a graphic or log as a company advertisement along with the disclaimer. I checked and could not find any way to do this but wanted to know if there was some aftermarket add-on that would do this. I don't see any way to natively do this in Exchange 2007. I know users can create detailed signatures in Outlook be we want to do this with Exchange so we did not have to rely on users to do this.
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I have users getting the following mailbox warning:  The recipient's mailbox is full and can't accept messages now. Microsoft Exchange will not try to redeliver this message for you. Please try resending this message later, or contact the recipient directly.
Diagnostic information for administrators:

Generating server: PhaseIIMfg.local

APhaseII@PhaseIIMed.com
#550 5.2.2 STOREDRV.Deliver: mailbox full. The following information should help identify the cause: "MapiExceptionShutoffQuotaExceeded:16.18969:A4000000, 17.27161:00000000A4000000000000000100000000000000, 255.23226:00000000, 255.27962:FE000000, 255.17082:DD040000, 0.26937:0E000000, 4.21921:DD040000, 255.27962:FA000000, 255.1494:00000000, 255.26426:FE000000, 2.22787:00000000, 4.13032:0F010480, 4.7588:0F010480, 4.6564:0F010480, 4.4740:05000780, 4.6276:05000780, 4.5721:DD040000, 4.6489:DD040000, 4.2199:DD040000, 4.17097:DD040000, 4.8620:DD040000, 255.1750:00000000, 0.26849:00000000, 255.21817:DD040000, 0.26297:2D000000, 4.16585:DD040000, 0.32441:2F400000, 4.1706:DD040000, 0.24761:00000000, 4.20665:DD040000, 0.25785:DD040000, 4.29881:DD040000". ##

The users actually get the message, however, the e-mails are delivered.

When a look at a mailbox though Exchange Management Shell I get:

[PS] C:\Windows\System32>get-mailbox -id "BMello" | fl *quota*
ProhibitSendQuota        : unlimited
ProhibitSendReceiveQuota : unlimited
UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults : False
IssueWarningQuota        : unlimited
RulesQuota       …
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I was looking at these:

http://www.msexchange.org/software/Disclaimers/

Just wondering if anyone would recommend one over the other or if I should look elsewhere for something that does this.
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How do I add a corporate signature to all outgoing emails via Exchange 2007 with the signatures including HTML?
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Hi All
i would like the signature to be forced on a couple of our outlook 2007 users. any ideas how i can do this? i would pre popluate the signature and just add there name
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I have recently deployed Exclaimer Mail Utils so that we can insert our new signature on all emails. It works like a charm; however, I'm having trouble disabling the users personal signatures.
I setup the group policy to disable user signatures in outlook '03 and '07 (running both in our environment). It tested fine on my machine and a few others. So I enforced it on our whole main office. It didn't seem to take effect though on every user, so I was able to push a GP Update to all machines using a 3rd party util called Specops Remote Admin.
Now after the users are logged off and back on, the signature is actually disabled. But whenever you try and send a new email, it still inserts the sig. It is not until you go into the Option Menu In Outlook, and then actually LOOK at the signature config under the mail setup tab, that you see it is fully disabled (grayed out). Once you have done that, it seems to wipe the sig out and then it is not attached anymore......weird. Has anyone else experienced this or know how to fix it without going around to every machine???
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I am in the dog house. How do I make an Outlook signature with an image that does not produce an attachment.
And I know you can do it because I am looking at one. All the signatures that I get to work are producing an attachment below all the address stuff.  To: Cc: Subject: What is the secrect to make a signature with an image and no attachment. Need this right now PLEASE HELP!
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Hi.
I have Exchange 2003 / Outlook 2007.
When i send a signed message, my original message is attached to an e-mail which says "This message contains an encrypted email which can be read by opening the attachment".
If I open the attached message, everything is fine, the signature is correctly verified, the message is displayed.

The question is: why is my message attached to another e-mail instead of being directly delivered as signed message?
Thanks.


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Hello Experts,

I use Exclaimer Mail Utilities to add a custom disclaimer to all our users.  The disclaimers will need changing regularly for about 60 people and testing them is going to be a pain.

How can I automate sending an email from each user account so that it has the Exclaimer disclaimer added (in http format)?

It would be useful if the test email could be sent to multiple email addresses to check the format in different mail clients.

Thank youvery much in advance!
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I need to identify some software to add a disclaimer (goes at the top) and a signature (goes at the bottom) of all outbound emails from an exchange 2003 (sbs2003) server.

Obviously to generate the signature it will have to insert user specific info (name, phone, etc...) depending on who is sending and must be able to add nothing or a different signature for internal email.

The signature will need to include a small image embedded into the email.

I usually use GFI Mail Essentials to do this but the I have a specific customer who is a solicitor and needs the disclaimer at the top, and signatures that GFI can't produce.

I am experting to have to pay, but anything over £500 would be quite expensive. there are ~50 users.
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Hello I have just migrated to exchange 2010 from 2003 - everything is going quite well but I am having an issue with transport rules. I would like to use the transport rules built into Exchange 2010 vs the Exclaimer utilities I have been using - i have got the rules added for internal and external but the signatures are being added to the bottom of the message vs at the end of each email. Exclaimer could add the signature and disclaimer to the bottom of each email (above the separator line)  the transport rules just add them to the bottom of the entire message.

<br>
<br>
%%Firstname%% %%Lastname%%<br>
%%Title%%<br>
%%Company%%<br>
Direct: %%Phonenumber%%<br>
Mobile: %%Mobilenumber%%<br>
Faxnumber: %%Faxnumber%%<br>
<hr>
CONFIDENTIALITY:   This communication, including any electronic files attached to this email, is intended for the sole use of the individual and entity to whom it is addressed, and may contain information that is confidential, proprietary and protected from disclosure.  You are hereby notified that any use, dissemination, distribution or duplication of this communication by someone other than the intended addressee or its designated agent is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this communication in error, please notify Northwest Aerospace Technologies, Inc. by collect call (425) 257-2044, or by reply to this communication.

Thanks

JR
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Is there a way to create a universal email disclaimer for example "This email is protected under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act...etc."?  I was hoping this could be done on the Exchange Server that would append this info as well as our company logo to any user's signature.  Any help would be appreciated.  My Exchange Server is 2003 on Windows Enterprise Server 2003.  All client apps are MS Office 2003 SP3.
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How can I insert a company logo as part of my e-mail signature for OWA version 8.1.240.5 that linkes to my company's website?  Doing copy/paste of the logo from soneone else's e-mail doesn't keep the graphics when I save.  Thanks so much.
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Exclaimer

333

Solutions

704

Contributors

Founded in 2001, Exclaimer is the recognized global market leader in on-premises and cloud-based email signature software and solutions for Office 365, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. It has over 50 million users worldwide with some companies holding licenses for over 100,000 users. Its diverse customer base includes renowned international organizations such as Sony, Mattel, 10 Downing Street, NBC, the Government of Canada, the BBC and many more organizations of all sectors and sizes.

Exclaimer solutions are regularly recommended by Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) and have a strong reputation within the Microsoft community. The company has been the recipient of multiple awards within the IT sphere and has successfully achieved the ISO 27001:2013 Certification for its cloud-based Office 365 signature management service.

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