Configure Outlook 2007 “send as attachmnet” signature

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We have clients using XP PRO PS3 with Outlook 2007 as part of Office 2007 as the mail client. We are not running Exchange all clients use SMTP settings. When the users choose "send as attachment" in Word or Excel, I understand it opens up a "stub" of Outlook even if Outlok is open. Is there a way to create a signature for that stub template? Specifically a confidentiality clause that is required by our company. If so, has anyone found a way to force that out via say a GPO?

Software/Hardware used:
XP PRO SP3, Ofiice 2007

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I am almost positive that you have to manually add it after the fact. You can (after selecting the send as attachment) add this by selecting the INSERT tab, then Signature drop-down to one that is installed in your Outlook.

I hope someone proves me wrong because I have never found a solution to this.

Good luck.

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  • swinehart6803
    That's what I have been reading. I hope somebody does prove you wrong. You would think with Email discovery and privacy laws as tough as they are this would be addressed so the end user can't "forget" to do it.
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  • Grube
    If it will work for you, you can try setting a Hub Transport Rule. There's an option for Appending "disclaimer text". Ken
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  • swinehart6803
    That would work for us, except we are not on exchange. The cost both real and administrative is too high for our small organization. Plus our mail server doesn't have that option either.
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