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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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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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See a full overview of CodeTwo products

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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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Latest news & articles

Email signatures add-in from CodeTwo first (again!) to become available on Microsoft AppSource

Published on 01.07.2021 by Jacek Szafran

We just can’t seem to slow down! Our modern Web Add-in for Outlook desktop and OWA is the first email signatures add-in to pass Microsoft’s rigorous app validation and is now listed on Microsoft AppSource (Office Store). Which means it’s super easy to deploy organization-wide. After developing this new type of Outlook add-in with Microsoft (and being the first vendor to release such add-in to general public), we’ve just made another huge step to strengthen our position as the leading provider of email signature solutions. What does this change mean for our users? It’s now easier than ever for admins to centrally deploy the Web Add-in across Microsoft 365 users. Simply visit the add-in listing on AppSource and click Get it now. You will be automatically moved to Microsoft 365 admin center, where you can select users or groups who should automatically get it (or the whole organization). And that’s it! The CodeTwo Signatures Web Add-in for Out...

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What’s new in Windows 11 from an admin’s perspective?

Published on 03.08.2021 by Adam the 32-bit Aardvark

Just as with every major release of a new Microsoft’s OS, each IT geek in the world probably asks themselves a question: What may the new version have in store for its users? So, if you can’t wait to learn about new and updated Windows 11 features, read this convenient summary to find all the news in one place. Windows 10, the latest publicly available release of the Microsoft’s operating system for personal computing, has been with us for the last 6 years. Throughout this period, the OS has received about a dozen of major updates and become the most popular version of Windows worldwide, totaling up to 1.3 billion active devices. Compared to the previous versions, the Windows 10’s lifecycle has been quite long, and its successor was officially announced as late as on June 24, 2021 when Panos Panay, Chief Product Officer, revealed Windows 11 during the live-streamed event. At the time of writing this article, no exact Windows 11 release date is known. ...

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