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SYNOPSIS Script to set Outlook signature for Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 . This script is a modified version of Jan Egil's script: Some of the modifications made: - Removed signature version stamp in registry - Ability to set the signature version - When setting the signature as available, the COM object is used and when forced, a registry change is applied - Removed a lot of things removed that did not fulfill my needs - A lot of other things that I don't remember :) Author: Daniel Classon Version: 1.0 History: 1.0 2014-09-24 - First version released Step-by-Step 1. Edit the file so it looks the way you want the signature to look and edit text to correspond with the AD properties further down in the script. $Force Signature = '0' #If set to '0', the signature will be editable in Outlook and if set to '1' will be non-editable and forced. Telephone Number $ADFax = $ADUser.facsimile Telephone Number $ADMobile = $ADUser.mobile $ADStreet Address = $ADUser.streetaddress $ADCity = $ADUser.l $ADPOBox = $ADUser.postofficebox $ADCustom Attribute1 = $ADUser.extension Attribute1 $ADModify = $Changed #Copy signature templates from domain to local Signature-folder Write-Output "Copying Signatures" Copy-Item "$Sigsource" $Local Signature Path -Recurse -Force $Replace All = 2 $Find Continue = 1 $Match Case = $False $Match Whole Word = $True $Match Wildcards = $False $Match Sounds Like = $False $Match All Word Forms = $False $Forward = $True $Wrap = $Find Continue $Format = $False #Insert variables from Active Directory to rtf signature-file $MSWord = New-Object -Com Object word.application $full Path = $Local Signature Path '\' $Signature Name '.docx' $MSWord. Open($full Path) #User Name $ Designation $Find Text = "Display Name" $Designation = $ADCustom Attribute1. Execute($Find Text, $Match Case, $Match Whole Word, $Match Wildcards, $Match Sounds Like, $Match All Word Forms, $Forward, $Wrap, $Format, $Replace Text, $Replace All ) $Log Info = $NL 'Username: ' $Replace Text #Title $Find Text = "Title" $Replace Text = $ADTitle.

DESCRIPTION Script to set Outlook signature as either available or forced. For example the test "Title" corresponds to the AD property "title". $Default Address = '' $Default City = '' $Default Telephone = '' #Environment variables $App Data=(Get-Item env:appdata).value $Sig Path = '\Microsoft\Signaturer' $Local Signature Path = $App Data $Sig Path $Remote Signature Path Full = $Sig Source #Copy version file If (! To String() #designations in Exchange custom attribute 1 If ($Designation -ne '') Else $MSWord.

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(Test-Path -Path $Local Signature Path$Signature Version)) Elseif (Test-Path -Path $Local Signature Path$Signature Version) #Check signature path (needs to be created if a signature has never been created for the profile if (!

(Test-Path -path $Local Signature Path)) #Get Active Directory information for current user $User Name = $env:username $Filter = "(&(object Category=User)(sam Account Name=$User Name))" $Searcher = New-Object System.

Execute($Find Text, $Match Case, $Match Whole Word, $Match Wildcards, $Match Sounds Like, $Match All Word Forms, $Forward, $Wrap, $Format, $Replace Text, $Replace All ) $Log Info = $NL 'Mobile Number: ' $Replace Text #Save new message signature Write-Output "Saving Signatures" #Save HTML $save Format = [Enum]:: Parse([Microsoft.

Active Document.saveas([ref]$path, [ref]$save Format) #Save RTF $save Format = [Enum]:: Parse([Microsoft.

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