>> Indeed, if you are system administrator who is asked by management to
> implement email disclaimers, the best tactic to take probably to say
> "Sure, no problem, will implement it just as soon as all stationary
> has this disclaimer printed on it and the phone system plays the
> disclaimer on every call".
I found myself in exactly this situation. The company lawyer, who was of
course american wanted them attached. Seeing as I worked for the company
and they wanted it, I explained why I thought they're pointless and then
still implemented them as requested.
Your advise here wouldn't really work in the real world I believe
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