Adding Disclaimer to all outgoint internet e-mail ?

  • From: "LaPatra, Pat" <plapatra@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 09:41:28 -0600

I was hoping someone out there has implemented the MS method of adding a 
disclaimer to outbound e-mail heading to the internet. I have been working with 
the below method using a VBscript with event sink. The goal for me is to add 
this to all e-mail leaving our Exchange 2003 systems heading to the internet. 
We would like to avoid purchasing a third party tool for this.;EN-US;317680 

We are a multi-site Exchange 2003 (SP1) design. We have a designated bridgehead 
for each side of the planet for handling inbound and outbound e-mail. I have 
this working in a lab environment ( single exchange 2003 sp1 server, separtate 
org and domain, with SMTP connector to our production system) and can only get 
this script to fire if I submit the e-mail with a POP client. If I connect to 
the lab with either OWA or Outlook the disclaimer never gets added. I just 
figured that if the message crossed the SMTP service or connector this script 
would apply. 

Thanks for any help getting this solution working.

Pat LaPatra
Heidrick & Struggles Inc.
Chicago, IL

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