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    e-mail footers

    I am after some software (price isn't too much of an issue) that will put e-mail footers onto e-mails.

    We have roughly 12 different departments which require different footers, with different images, contact numbers etc.

    Is anyone aware of something which may suit my needs? Thanks.

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    Footers or Signatures?
    Could you just create generic signatures and ask users to input their information into it.

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    Could you not just use Microsoft Outlook and create signatures in there? Thats what I have. Are you using MS Office?

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    We currently have 12 different generic signatures (different logos, phone numbers), but when we win a new award for an example we have to update them. Users have trouble with this obviously so I need to be able to manage it in some way. Giving group 1 a generic signature, then when it needs amending I can do it and will obviously automatically change. But it will also add signatures to everyone even if they use OWA too.

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    Are you using exchange 2010? if so you can add transport rules to do this, it's very clever.

    If it's an older version you can't, but we used to use a piece of software called exclaimer to do it.

    If your mails out of house then maybe opus disclaimer:OpusFlow Disclaimer for Outlook
    or this: Email signature software for Outlook

    although, as for pricing I have no idea...

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    We are on Exchange 2003 at the moment. Possibly looking at 2010 in the future though.

    I'll check out exclaimer though, thanks.

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    Just before I left/got pushed out - I had added an email footer that had a couple of bits in it :

    Standard Disclaimer
    School Logo - Linked to School Website
    Schools Facebook page & Twitter pages - both with appropriate Icons and linked to relevant locations...

    This was done all within Exchange 2010 - its damned good at it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    Just before I left/got pushed out - I had added an email footer that had a couple of bits in it :

    Standard Disclaimer
    School Logo - Linked to School Website
    Schools Facebook page & Twitter pages - both with appropriate Icons and linked to relevant locations...

    This was done all within Exchange 2010 - its damned good at it!
    Could you apply different signatures to different groups of users? from AD for example?

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    I believe so yes - its a transport rule - at the very least it can be attached to mailbox DB's
    Unfortunately, I no longer have access to Ex2010 so cannot check

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    Sure can - the example here is applied to "all users", but any group can have it applied: Exchange Geek's Weblog » Standardizing Company Signatures with Exchange Server 2010 Transport Rules

    also, there is a gui management section too, it's not all powershell (though powershell is teh rox0rz)

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