+ 0 Votes If it were me, wizard57m-cnet Moderator 2 years ago I would add the disclaimer to ALL out-going email correspondence! I think that is what you mean by "recipient belongs to other domain". For inter-office emails, it probably is not necessary, but it would be harmless if included. You could probably create some sort of template to be used in your email clients with the disclaimer already included,rather than part of the senders "signature". + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer d_wathi 2 years ago Hi, thanks for the reply, should it same for marketing/sales and customercare departments i mean same Confidentiality Disclaimer or better have different , please suggest. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer wizard57m-cnet Moderator 2 years ago For simplicity, just use the same disclaimer. That way, if (WHEN) someone sends something outside the company, your disclaimer will still be intact.