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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 PowerShell Cookbook - Second Edition by Mike Pfeiffer, Jonas Andersson

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Creating a basic disclaimer

Many companies want a disclaimer when they send e-mails to both external and internal recipients. This is used for making sure that their signature is being added when a mail is being sent.

This can easily be implemented in the organization, however, if you are going to implement this, make sure you have a management commitment on how it should look. This is because the look of a disclaimer is something that is not very clear, and it can also be customized. In this recipe, I will walk you through how a basic disclaimer can be implemented and how it will look.

How to do it...

You can use the New-TransportRule cmdlet to create a new transport rule:

New-TransportRule –Name Signature –ApplyHtmlDisclaimerLocation Append `

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