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    Question Corporate Signatures in Exchange 2007

    Hi,

    I've set up a corporate signature this morning on exchange 2007 so we can add a disclaimer to the bottom of the emails and that's worked fine.

    The problem is the Font Style needs to be Calibri to fit in with the rest of the schools documents (letters, emails, etc) but I only get the options of Arial, Verdana and Courier New.

    Is it possible set the Font Style to something other than these three options? or is that all that we can set? Calibri is installed on the server along with many other fonts, I've checked that as I assumed that might have been the issue.

    Thanks

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    I don't believe you can in Exchange. You'd need some 3rd party software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    I don't believe you can in Exchange. You'd need some 3rd party software.
    Okay thanks It's not really that big a problem. Just thought it would be worth a question

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    A super quick google shows us this:

    How to Configure a Disclaimer: Exchange 2007 Help

    enjoy.

    In short: Yes you can using a Transport Rule

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarquel View Post
    A super quick google shows us this:

    How to Configure a Disclaimer: Exchange 2007 Help

    enjoy.

    In short: Yes you can using a Transport Rule
    You cannot change the font to anything but those mentioned though, that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarquel View Post
    A super quick google shows us this:

    How to Configure a Disclaimer: Exchange 2007 Help

    enjoy.

    In short: Yes you can using a Transport Rule
    As Edu-IT says, the only font options are the ones I mentioned above

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    Sorry. A case of me not reading the content of the OP hehe my bad... accept my sincerest of apologies

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    Hi gtg93,

    As some people say, you cannot specify any other font for your exchange signature or disclaimer unless you use a third party product. we use codetwo exchange rules 2007 which works as a freeware with no time limites. it just ads a small ad line below the disclaimer but you can select any font you want in you exchange signature.

    check it out here: http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-rules-2007

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    Quote Originally Posted by trinityswift View Post
    Hi gtg93,

    As some people say, you cannot specify any other font for your exchange signature or disclaimer unless you use a third party product. we use codetwo exchange rules 2007 which works as a freeware with no time limites. it just ads a small ad line below the disclaimer but you can select any font you want in you exchange signature.

    check it out here: http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-rules-2007
    Code two is simple and is highly configurable.

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    I agree codetwo is extremely easy to use. it took me literally 5 minutes to learn the software and another 5 to compose a company-wide exchange signature.

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