Deploying a unified email signature in an organization is one of the main challenges that many companies encounter today. To counteract this problem, CodeTwo, which provides email hosting solution MS Exchange and Outlook-based software solutions, recently launched a brand new Email Signature Manager.
The program allows users to easily set a unified signature for their entire company in Microsoft (News - Alert) Outlook, OWA or Office 365. It requires an Active Directory domain connection but does not need a local Exchange Server installation. This allows for new branding possibilities for various organizations that use Office 365 and other cloud services for storing their email accounts.
With the help of the new CodeTwo product, business correspondence in companies can simply look more professional. Even system administrators will no longer have to struggle with formatting issues anymore.
In a statement, Szymon Szczesniak, marketing manager at CodeTwo, said, “A lot of our customers asked us about a solution that would let them remotely deploy signatures to many Outlook users working on cloud-based accounts, e.g. in Office 365. This product answers this need. CodeTwo Email Signatures is capable of distributing a unified signature to many users that use Outlook, Office 365 or OWA.”
Moreover, the email signatures are capable of removing signatures created by employees and forces a particular font style in the Outlook message if needed.
Szczesniak further added, “Many companies use a hybrid environment with Active Directory domain administrated locally, and Office 365 for email. This simply gives their employees more freedom and reduces the cost of IT services and maintenance. Our program will let these companies benefit from a unified style of emails, no matter if they use Outlook, OWA or the Web interface of Office 365 for sending messages.”
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Edited by Jamie Epstein