To add a legal disclaimer to your email signature, edit or create a new email signature. Go to the Messages tab. Enter your disclaimer where shown.
If your disclaimer is quite long, we recommend using a short disclaimer and linking to an online version for more information instead.
You can do this easily using the Email Signature Rescue V2.0 software by adding the first line (or most important details) of your disclaimer in the Disclaimer field, then link to your online disclaimer, using the Read More link below the disclaimer field.
So instead of sending this each time you email someone:
The information contained in this e-mail is intended only for the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. Its contents (including any attachments) are confidential and may contain privileged information. If you are not an intended recipient you must not use, disclose, disseminate, copy or print its contents. If you receive this email in error, please delete and destroy the message and notify the sender by reply email.
You could send this instead:
The information contained in this e-mail is intended only for the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. Read More.
TIP: You would need to setup a new web page on your website dedicated to hosting the online version of your full email disclaimer, so you can link to it. Talk to your Website Admin or you might be able to do it yourself.
This feature would be especially handy if you use Gmail, or any other online email client that has an email signature character limit. Instead of including all those characters in your disclaimer, it saves room for more important things, like your contact details and social icons.