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Add message to all outgoing e-mail

By Angel923 ·
I need to insert a "confidentiality clause" to all my company's outgoing e-mail. The only thing I can think of is to add a signature to each user's account that will contain the wording. However, I'm wondering if there is a better way to do this and somehow insert this clause at a server level?
I would appreciate any suggestions.

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by Angel923 In reply to Add message to all outgoi ...

Forgot to add we're using Exchange 2003.

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Add message to all outgoi ...

While technically possible to insert at the server level its really far better to create a "Company Signature" and deploy this across every computer in the workplace and add it as new computer go into service.

While time consuming initially it has the advantage of working without problems which is a lot more than can be said for a Server Inserted Signature which if not properly installed will prevent all outgoing e-mail and there is always the possibility that the hole that you use to insert this could be plugged by a Patch which would make all your previous work useless and cripple the company e-mail until you could remove the server setting.

You should be able to create a signature file on the server and then go to each workstation and use your data file as a signature file on each workstation e-mail account.


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Thanks for your help!

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