Exchange 2010 Transport rule disclaimer w/ Plain Text email

C

Craig

I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add

disclaimer text and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the text.

Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, your disclaimer will

appear as the below with the html tags.

Can someone confirm this on their end?

<html
<body
This is a test COMPANY

</body
</html
 
A

Andy

I get the same, I've double checked the text and there is no formatting in

there.

"Craig" wrote:


> I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
> disclaimer text and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the text.
> Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, your disclaimer will
> appear as the below with the html tags.
> Can someone confirm this on their end?

> <html
> <body
> This is a test COMPANY
> </body
> </html

> .
>
 
C

Craig

Looks like a bug, but it doesn't seem like anyone here are interested in

this. Hope someone from msft sees this post.

"Andy" <Andy> wrote in message

news:DEF7BFAC-57DB-44E0-9EC8-4AC2FB8761AE@microsoft.com...
> I get the same, I've double checked the text and there is no formatting in
> there.

> "Craig" wrote:
>
> > I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
> > disclaimer text and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the text.
> > Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, your disclaimer will
> > appear as the below with the html tags.
> > Can someone confirm this on their end?
>

>> <html
>> <body
>> This is a test COMPANY
> > </body
>> </html
>
>
>> .
> >
 
S

ShaunBender

Looks like I'm having the same issue, however doesn't appear to be related to

the AD Variable (%%Company%%) as I've taken that out.

"Craig" wrote:


> Looks like a bug, but it doesn't seem like anyone here are interested in
> this. Hope someone from msft sees this post.

> "Andy" <Andy> wrote in message
> news:DEF7BFAC-57DB-44E0-9EC8-4AC2FB8761AE@microsoft.com...
> >I get the same, I've double checked the text and there is no formatting in
> > there.
> > "Craig" wrote:
> >
> >> I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
> >> disclaimer text and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the text.
> >> Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, your disclaimer will
> >> appear as the below with the html tags.
> >> Can someone confirm this on their end?
> >
> >> <html
> >> <body
> >> This is a test COMPANY
> >> </body
> >> </html
> >
> >
> >> .
> >>


> .
>
 
C

Craig

From what I saw it was not specifically the AD variable 'Company', it was

any variable. I only used that as an example.

"ShaunBender" <ShaunBender> wrote in message

news:8501E1E0-8758-47BE-A4B4-D3B6E4C2519A@microsoft.com...
> Looks like I'm having the same issue, however doesn't appear to be related
> to
> the AD Variable (%%Company%%) as I've taken that out.

> "Craig" wrote:
>
> > Looks like a bug, but it doesn't seem like anyone here are interested in
> > this. Hope someone from msft sees this post.
>

>
>> "Andy" <Andy> wrote in message
> > news:DEF7BFAC-57DB-44E0-9EC8-4AC2FB8761AE@microsoft.com...
> > >I get the same, I've double checked the text and there is no formatting
> > >in
> > > there.
> >>> > "Craig" wrote:
> >> >> I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
> > >> disclaimer text and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the
> > >> text.
> > >> Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, your disclaimer will
> > >> appear as the below with the html tags.
> > >> Can someone confirm this on their end?
> > >
>> >> <html
>> >> <body
>> >> This is a test COMPANY
> > >> </body
>> >> </html
>> >
>> >
>> >> .
> > >>

>

>
>> .
> >
 
M

Martin

I've got an open support ticket with Microsoft for this problem,

they've acknowledged there's a bug but haven't been able to anything

more yet. I'll stick an update here if I can get any answers.

On Dec 28 2009, 5:37 pm, "Craig" <cra...@comcast.net> wrote:
> From what I saw it was not specifically the AD variable 'Company', it was
> any variable.  I only used that as an example.

> "ShaunBender" <ShaunBen...> wrote in message

> news:8501E1E0-8758-47BE-A4B4-D3B6E4C2519A@microsoft.com...
>
> > Looks like I'm having the same issue, however doesn't appear to be related
> > to
> > the AD Variable (%%Company%%) as I've taken that out.

>
> > "Craig" wrote:

>
> >> Looks like a bug, but it doesn't seem like anyone here are interested in
> >> this.  Hope someone from msft sees this post.

>
> >> "Andy" <A...> wrote in message
> >>news:DEF7BFAC-57DB-44E0-9EC8-4AC2FB8761AE@microsoft.com...
> >> >I get the same, I've double checked the text and there is no formatting
> >> >in
> >> > there.

>
> >> > "Craig" wrote:

>
> >> >> I have found that if you use Ex2010 to setup transport rule to add
> >> >>disclaimertext and add an AD Variable (eg. %%Company%%) within the
> >> >> text.
> >> >> Then send an email from Outlook using plain text, yourdisclaimerwill
> >> >> appear as the below with the html tags.
> >> >> Can someone confirm this on their end?

>
> >> >> <html
> >> >> <body
> >> >> This is a test COMPANY
> >> >> </body
> >> >> </html>

>
> >> >> .

>
> >> .
 
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