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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)

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)

CodeTwo tools are great because they simplify Exchange and Office 365 administration, but at the same time they let you do more than the Microsoft platforms allow natively.

Konrad Sagała
Microsoft MVP (Office Apps & Services)

I really like CodeTwo products. Things that used to be a pain, suddenly become easy as 1, 2, 3.

Ratish Nair
Microsoft MVP (Office Servers and 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)

Latest news & articles

Outlook roaming signatures vs CodeTwo email signatures

Published on 04.06.2020 by Jacek Szafran

Microsoft is going to introduce roaming signatures, a new feature for Outlook for Windows. The new feature changes the way Outlook email signatures are stored. The signatures will no longer be stored on a local drive – they will now be stored in the user mailbox, which will make them available on all devices running […]

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SBS 2011 to Microsoft 365 migration

Published on 26.05.2020 by Adam the 32-bit Aardvark

SBS (Small Business Server) 2011 is basically Windows Server 2008 R2 packed together with Exchange 2010 into a single suite. As such, you would expect migrating SBS 2011 to Microsoft 365 (Office 365) to be similar to migrating Exchange 2010 to Office 365. As it turns out, there are some differences that impact the migration […]

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