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    Forcing a signature (Outlook 2000 SR1 and SR2)

    Esteemed Wowsers,

    Does anyone know of a way to create a default signature and automatically force a bunch of client PCs to use it? I had hoped a simple .reg file combined with the signature file could accomplish this, but it looks like the info in the registry pertaining to signatures is wrapped up in yucky GUIDs. Perhaps there is an even easier way, who knows. My rationale is that some of our support organizations want their users to automatically use a standard disclaimer signature and they'd like to be able to distribute it in some sort of automated manner. We don't use WordMail by default, so hopefully that makes things easier. Any ideas?

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    Re: Forcing a signature (Outlook 2000 SR1 and SR2)

    are you using exchange server? it can tack on a disclaimer to all outgoing mail.

    otherwise, it could be packaged for install but users could disable it.

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    Re: Forcing a signature (Outlook 2000 SR1 and SR2)

    No, not using Exchange Server. Perhaps there is a server-based option to look at though. Or could it be done at install, via the Custom Installation Wizard? Not sure what you meant by "packaging for install". Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks!

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