E Mail Disclaimer / Footer
has anyone here used the M/Soft VB script to provide e mail disclaimers /
footers, without having to buy 3rd party software.
if so how did it go? was it easy to configure etc etc?
We looked at that and read a few reports saying to be very careful with it!
Unforntunately i don't have the links with me at the moment.
I'll be watching this thread to see what others say. We liked the idea.
"Fred" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
We need to include a global disclaimer on all email. Any
Exchange 5.5 you'll need a third party app.
"email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We need to include a global disclaimer on all email. Any
> Trez Blencowe
...Adding disclaimers to outgoing email using Outlook 2003 and Exchange
So far all the articles I see on creating disclaimers for outgoing email are
for SMTP messages using Event Sinks with Exchange.
Well what about internal Exchange users who use Outlook 2003?
Is there anyway to program the Exchange server to add disclaimers for
Outlook 2003 clients without adding a disclaimer signature to each and every
Implement the disclaimer on a Front-end server and have all outgoing mail
sent out via the FE server (SMTP Connector)
Otherwise, look at 3rd party disclaimer products.
Wait for Exchange 2007.
I want to set up a work book so that when it opens the user can not go any
further with it until they tick a disclaimer.Once this disclaimer has been
accepted thje work book opens up and the user can open all sheets
How about a simple Msgbox in Private Sub Workbook_Open() ?
This is in the ThisWorkbook module.
"group changes of spreadsheet"
<email@example.com> wrote in message
>I want to set up a work book so that when it opens the user can not go any
> ...Disclaimers and Signatures
We currently use GFI Mailessentials for antispam and disclaimers. We are very
happy with this product. However, our CEO recently has requested that we
enforce a company wide email signature. So we want a product that pulls info
from AD. Unfortunately GFI doesnt do this. What can someone recommend?
It seems like the current hot product in this arena is one called Exclaimer.
Cant say I've used it, but it looks nice.
"Haggis" <Haggis@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> We currently use GFI Mailessen...Exchange 2010 Transport rule disclaimer w/ Plain Text email
I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
disclaimer text and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the text.
Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, your disclaimer will
appear as the below with the html tags.
Can someone confirm this on their end?
This is a test COMPANY
I get the same, I've double checked the text and there is no formatting in
> I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
> disclaime...Adding disclaimer (on exchange hosted environment)
What is the best way to add a disclaimer to a domain?
We have exchange 2003 in a hosted environment (microsoft asp hosting)
Two backend servers (clustered) and two front-end servers LB.
We only want to add disclaimer to a single hosted company (and be able to
add disclaimer to another hosted companies later)
Is this possible with exchange native or do we need some third party
software (then what recommended)
"news.microsoft.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> What is the best way to add a disclaimer to a domain?
> ...Separate Disclaimer
Due to a new law, our tax department has to have a specific disclaimer on
their outgoing emails. We currently have a disclaimer that goes on all
outgoing mail, this would be an additional disclaimer to that.
Short of having the users change their Outlook signature to reflect the new
disclaimer, is there a way to set up just one group of users to have a
specific disclaimer message than the rest of the firm?
We're using Exchange 2000 SP3 and Windows 2000 Server SP4.
Thanks in advance for your help.
On Tue, 14 Jun 2005 09:48:49 -0400, "Doreen" <doreen@doreenis...Customise Disclaimer
Is it possible to add the recipients name in a disclaimer when utilising an
event sink script. I currently running 2000 server/2000 exchange and recently
add a disclaimer to all outgoing SMTP traffic. Below is part of the
disclaimer and I’m looking to add the intended recipients name within the
square brackets. Can the script be manipulated to pull the recipients name
from the header and add it in the desired location?
This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended
solely for the use of [recipient’s name]. If you are not the intended
re...Global Email Signature and Disclaimer
I am looking for a way to deploy a standard signature to users on my
network. This would be deployed to Outlook 2003 and the Exchange
server is 2003 also. Is there a way of doing this with group policy
a way of deploying this with a script? Any help would be appreciated.
The disclaimer can be done from the Exchange end. In 5.5 you could do it
natively but now you need to use a third party application like GFI Mail
Essentials. The demo when downloaded and intalled gives you the disclaimer as
well as other options. After the demo expires, the disclaimer remains in
Sig...Adding Disclaimer to mailboxes
How do I add Disclaimer text to every outgoing email at Exchange server
level. or is it possible? I have exchange 2k3 standard.
Thanks for your help
You can try EventSync registration like in article
I did in Exch2000 and worked.
Try in lab first.
"Chet Guzel" wrote:
> Hi folx;
> How do I add Disclaimer text to every outgoing email at Exchange server
> level. or is it possible? I have exchange 2k3 standard.
> Thanks for your help
...Exchange 2003 Disclaimer messages
How do you add a Disclaimer to Outgoing SMTP Messages in
Exchange 2003? Do you still have to rely on a third party
tool for this?
Any help or pointers will be great
Suresh Varghese wrote:
> How do you add a Disclaimer to Outgoing SMTP Messages in
> Exchange 2003? Do you still have to rely on a third party
> tool for this?
> Any help or pointers will be great
i�ve the following problem:
add a disclaimers to all outgoing mails as in KB317680 described works well.
but I want do add a dynamic disclaimer. when the script runs the variable
HTMLDisclaimer should be set by an sql-query. the following query works in
an .asp site, but not in the sript...
--- Code Start ---
Sub ISMTPOnArrival_OnArrival(ByVal Msg, EventStatus)
SQL_query = &qu...How to append signature as disclaimer at bottom of Email
How can i make all outgoing e-mails with the disclaimer
information in the bottom of the e-mail.
Any server setting will help instead og going to each
outlook client. Using Exchange 5.5 and Outlook 2000/2002
Anyone know of a way to add a disclainer to each outgoing email without
using a 3rd party program? Using Exchange 2003............
A+, MCP, MCSE
jb <email@example.com> typed:
> Anyone know of a way to add a disclainer to each outgoing email
> without using a 3rd party program? Using Exchange 2003............
OK - so no way to do this "natively" using Outlook without creating SMTP
connectors and the like.....thanks
"Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
<lan...Disclaimer in Exchange
what is the easiest way to configure the disclaimer to all outgoing
messages in Exchange 2003 ?
Amit Tank wrote:
> what is the easiest way to configure the disclaimer to all outgoing
> messages in Exchange 2003 ?
with 3rd Party-Tools for example gfi Mailessentials.
Viele Gr�sse aus dem M�nchner S�den
Walter Steinsdorfer [MVP]
"Amit Tank" <firstname.lastname@example.org...Disclaimer does not work
I have a problem with the SMTP disclaimer. I did follow the 317680
procedure, I've created the script then I´ve registered with smtpreg.vbs. But
The script was registered in the routing group bridgehead server to avoid
the MAPI problem. (All the servers sent SMTP mail to it and the outsise). At
the same time I'm using webmail (OWA) to forward mail outside the
organization. But the disclaimer doesn´t show up
So I don´t understand the problem. Pls
how to add a disclaimer to outgoing email on exchange 2003?
http://www.exclaimer.com/ is probably one of the better ways.
"Onsi" <Onsi@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> how to add a disclaimer to outgoing email on exchange 2003?
"Onsi" <Onsi@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> how to add a disclaimer to outgoing email on e...Exchange 2003
Is there any way to add a disclaimer/autosignature to the footer of an
external email in Exchange 2003?
Or do I still have to use a third party tool (if so are there any reliable
In addition we need to be able to identify the user that has sent the email
so that their name and email address is incorporated plus it needs to be
their external address rather than their internal .local address.
On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 11:06:15 +0100, "Ben" <Ben@NoSpam.com> wrote:
>Is there any way to add a disclaimer/autosignature to t...Exchange 5.5
I am looking to incorporate the imsext.dll to our Exchange 5.5 setup in
order to allow us to append a legal disclaimer at the bottom of all outgoing
emails (as described in KB 258206
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;185028). I don't
own a copy of the Backoffice Resource Kit, however KB 185028
(http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;185028 ) indicates
that I can download the "Internet Mail Connector Extension" from
"Microsoft's World Wide Web server", with, of course, no links provided.
I have seen this DLL posted...Attach a Disclaimer to the bottom of all emails
I have Exchange 5.5 and I'm new to this software. Please
can someone help me in finding out how to attach a
Disclaimer to the bottom of all my outgoing emails.
>I have Exchange 5.5 and I'm new to this software. Please
>can someone help me in finding out how to attach a
>Disclaimer to the bottom of all my outgoing emails.
...Disclaimer on all outbound email
I've been looking for a way to add a company disclaimer on
all outbound emails that are sent from a company's
exchange server (two companies actually - one on Ex2000,
the other Ex2003). I found the two articles 317680 and
317327, but these don't work on MAPI clients. Is there a
way to do this for MAPI clients, eg Outlook.
Best "free" solution is to download GFI Mail Essentials
which allows you to keep using their disclaimer feature
after the trial period expires.
Microsoft MVP - Terminal Se...Global "disclaimer" line
How do you put a global disclaimer on all outgoing email? I'm not talking
about a .sig line. That's what each user uses to put their unique contact
info in. I'm talking about a legal disclaimer that goes below the .sig line
and is "stamped" on every outgoing email.
To add a disclaimer the Microsoft Article is as follows
However, to make your life easier, I recommend downloading
the free version of GFI MailEssentials at the following
G...Exchange 2010 Disclaimer HTML/Plain Text
I've been playing with the Exchange 2010 disclaimer feature
I added some simple html <br> tags, <font size=small> and some active
directory %%Company%% variables.
I was curious what would happen if I sent a 'plain text' formatted email
What the recipient is seeing in this case is that it strips the html tags I
added, but it ADDS following to the email......
Has anyone seen this? I was looking for a rule to possibly create separate
HTML or Plain Text disclaimer...Adding Company logo as Mail disclaimer
CAn I achieve the above subject matter ,in exchange 2003 without any 3rd
Only by using a visual basic event sink
"SP" <SP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> CAn I achieve the above subject matter ,in exchange 2003 without any 3rd
> party software