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Our solutions for email signature management, Office 365 migrations & backup have been deployed in over 90,000 organizations around the globe, including Fortune 500 companies.

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What experts say

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)

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)

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)

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)

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

Kamil Bączyk
Microsoft MVP
(Office Apps & Services)

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)

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Ignite 2021: CodeTwo premieres automatic Outlook signatures based on recipients & more

Published on 02.11.2021 by Michał Królewicz

At this year’s Ignite, Microsoft Outlook Add-in Team is going to premiere new capabilities in their Outlook Web Add-in API. And we’re excited to tell you we’re the first signature vendor to be adding these new features to our Signatures Add-in for Outlook. If you’re using Outlook (client-side) signatures in CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365, we’ve got a lot to show you. Email signature-wise, the most notable change the Microsoft Outlook Add-in Team is releasing at Ignite is the ability to automatically insert signatures based on email recipients. We’ve already implemented this feature in our Outlook add-in and we’re planning a global rollout soon. What’s great about this feature is that signatures can dynamically change as you type different recipients: Pretty cool, don’t you think? But that’s not all. If you use server-side signatures (added in the cloud after an email is sent), our Signatures Add-in for Outlook will be able ...

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How to enable and use plus addressing in Exchange Online

Published on 18.11.2021 by Adam the 32-bit Aardvark

Listening to the users’ voices, Exchange Team finally deployed the Plus Addressing feature (aka subaddresing or Dynamic ‘+’ Email Aliases) in Exchange Online in October 2020. The feature was literally won over by Exchange admins, getting 6589 votes on UserVoice (back when UserVoice was still used to collect feedback) and becoming the top requested one at the same time. What is plus addressing and what are its limitations? Plus addressing is about using unique, receive-only email addresses that are kind of extensions to your basic email address. It helps you keep your inbox tidy and protect it against influx of unwanted messages. An example? Let’s assume your basic address is [email protected] Plus addressing let’s you add the plus sign (+) right after the local part (MeganB) and follow it with a tag (string) of your choice. Of course, tags are subject to all the SMTP restrictions (e.g. no spaces allowed). So, for example, to create a unique addre...

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