How to: Exchange 2010 e-mail signature based on Active Directory information

A cool new feature in Exchange 2010 is to add a signature to your e-mail based on Active Directory information. So if you fill in the correct information in the Active Directory, the signature will be automatically added to your e-mail. You need to follow these steps:

1.) Open the Exchange Management Console
2.) Navigate to Organization Configuration, Hub Transport, Transport Rules
3.) Create a new transport rule
4.) Design the signature based on the Active Directory information, in my example it is:
Met vriendelijke groet,<br><br>
%%displayName%%<br>
%%Department%%
(Note: you can find all the user attributes using ADSIEDIT for example).
5.) Send a e-mail to another user and check the e-mailsignature

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