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Juan Balmori Labra

Working closely with CodeTwo enabled us to learn from one of the leading organizations in the online signature business and ultimately helped us design and release key features in our platform.

Juan Balmori Labra

Principal Program Manager at
Microsoft (Office Extensibility &
Outlook Add-ins)

Brien Posey

CodeTwo has exceeded my expectations in every way. I recommend CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 for anyone who needs to gain better control over their user’s email signatures.

Brien Posey

Microsoft MVP
(Cloud and Datacenter Management)

Diane Poremsky

CodeTwo are experts in their field and their Exchange and Outlook products are excellent - from the user’s interface, right down to the engine.

Diane Poremsky

Microsoft MVP
(Office Apps & Services)

William Bressette

The ability to securely assign individual users management of signatures without enabling any Exchange administrative rights, and using Azure AD as SSO, makes CodeTwo secure.

William Bressette

Microsoft MVP
(Failover Clustering)

J. Peter Bruzzese

I’m confident that administrators would be saved a great deal of configuration headaches if they used CodeTwo solutions.

J. Peter Bruzzese

Microsoft MVP
(Office Servers and Services)

Emil Wasilewski

CodeTwo programmers are perfectionists who are passionate about what they do. That’s all it takes to create products that every company wants.

Emil Wasilewski

Microsoft MVP
(Microsoft Azure)

Kamil Bączyk

As a Microsoft trainer, I never hesitate to recommend CodeTwo products while conducting sessions on Microsoft 365.

Kamil Bączyk

Microsoft MVP
(Office Apps & Services)

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