It is now possible to make email hosting solutions Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange 2010 and 2007 e-mails look as great as your traditional communications through simply adding dynamic, personalized and professional e-mail signatures, e-mail disclaimers and e-mail banners.
The recently released solution coined Mail Disclaimers for Exchange versions 2007 and 2010 is a great way to successfully meet an array of business needs. Without requiring any support from IT, users can leverage vCards in e-mail to implant contact details and a photo ID as a virtual business card that readers can then click on to add all your numbers, addresses and your photo.
Additionally, the powerful editor can also be utilized to create customized e-mail disclaimers and e-mail signature templates or there is the option to use the Template Editor.
In companies today, it is very important to create policies to get the right e-mail signatures and e-mail disclaimers on the correct e-mails. With this offering in place, all of these extra brand impressions added to your corporate e-mails will help keep your customers not only impressed but also informed.
Mail Disclaimers is centrally managed, can quickly be set up, easy to deploy, easy to configure, easy to monitor, as well as has been successfully tested and certified by email hosting provider Microsoft. It is installed on thousands of Microsoft Exchange 2007 & 2010 servers all over the world, processing millions of messages per day in some of the largest organizations on the planet.
In related email hosting news, TMCnet reported that Otto Japan Inc., a fashion retail company which sells its diverse product line through catalogues stores and online, has recently enhanced its email hosting platform by adopting Microsoft Exchange Online.
Edited by Jamie Epstein