Email Disclaimers, Signatures, Branding for Exchange 2000/2003, Outlook and mobiles
Different Exchange Signatures for Different Users
CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2003 lets you insert different footers depending on who sends a message and to whom.
It is possible to use the following senders and recipient's criteria to define the signature or disclaimer to be used in a message:
- email address of the sender and/or recipient
- domain the sender and/or recipient belongs to
- if the sender or recipient's address is internal (i.e. belonging to Exchange organization) or external
- which Organizational Unit the sender or recipient belongs to
- which Active Directory Group the sender or recipient belongs to
- if the sender or recipient is a particular user in Active Directory
- if the sender or recipient have particular entries in Active Directory property fields - this enables differentiating footers based on the department or country they work in
Using the criteria you can precisely control the use of footers depending on who sends a message and to whom. A different footer can be used for internal communication between the employees, and a different one when a message is sent outside the company. Also, a separate footer can be designed for each of the departments, or on the basis of positions the employees hold. With similar precision, you can define a specific footer if a message is sent to one of your business partners - the footer may be different for each. The application scope is broad and you can decide how to use CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2003 to your advantage.
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