meph’s blog

2009/03/31

Deploy consistent mail signatures for Outlook

Filed under: Outlook — Tags: , , , — Michael @ 11:33

This is a cool solution. I tried it some days ago and it really makes things easier… All you have to do is:

1. Maintain all required employee information in the user object in Active Directory

2. Create a signature template (Text, RTF and/or HTML)

3. Edit the configuration file for OutlookSignature

4. Put it all together on a central share (e. g. your fileserver)

5. Add a line like “\\server\share\OutlookSignature\OutlookSignature.exe” to your user’s Netlogon-Scripts.

OutlookSignature will read all fields of the AD user object, fill the variables in your template and put the complete signature file in the profile folder of the user.

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