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    Standard Outlook Signature for all users?

    Is there any way to brand emails so everyone has the same signature?

    I've created a really nice stylish signature for everyone but just looking for a way to apply it to all emails.

    It obviously needs the persons correct details in it rather than me just adding it to the live@edu disclaimer.

    So is there a way to do this or any 3rd party software?

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    I found this site but it looks a little complicated implementation

    eMailSignature - Email signature management software

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    Are you using exchange? Can be done with that I think and Google Apps for education has an option for it. Don't know off hand whether there is a gpo option. I'll have a trawl through and come back to you in 5

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    Ok it seems you can stop users using their own sig but not specify what to use

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    You can do this with exchange 2010, you actually do it using the disclaimer feature. It has a wildcard system for adding names and job titles (which will need to be in Active Directory).

    EDIT: Now with linky goodness

    http://www.msexchange.org/articles_t...rver-2010.html
    Last edited by K.C.Leblanc; 28th September 2011 at 10:41 AM.

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    Awesome thanks!

    I think Live@edu is a bit behind on this one but I will check the powershell side of things to see if its possible.

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    . It can work but each tiem themessage goes throug it will be at the bottm of them email not at the bottom of thee recent message.
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