Ignite 2019 just ended a few days ago, but it still resonates in us. Our representation
team had many inspirational and positive talks with other attendees, many of
which were our happy customers. One of the talks was particularly interesting,
where CodeTwo’s CEO, Simon Szczesniak, was asked by Brad Sams from Petri.com to
shed some light on the concept of central email signature management.
Once every couple of years, there is a time when a considerable number of Exchange server admins begin to seriously consider migrating mailboxes from their on-premises servers to the Office 365 cloud. This usually takes place when the end of support date is approaching rapidly for another on-prem Exchange server, just like in the case of Exchange 2010 at the moment. Or when a new Office 365 datacenter is introduced, just like recently in Germany. Contrary to popular belief, migrating mailboxes to Office 365 doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task. If you don’t believe it, you surely haven’t read J. Peter Bruzzese’s “Conversational Office 365 Migrations” or used CodeTwo Office 365 Migration yet.
They are the masters of all things Microsoft. They know Azure, Office 365, Exchange, SharePoint and Teams better than most people know the backs of their hands. When you encounter a technical problem, they probably have developed a fix or a workaround for it long time ago. Almost every new feature in Microsoft solutions is meticulously analyzed on their blogs and, quite often, new features are born thanks to their ideas for improvement.
Microsoft Ignite starts in just a moment – November 4, 2019 – at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. As usual, CodeTwo will be there to stay up to date with all the news revealed by Microsoft. We’ll also share what’s new in our email signature management, migration and backup solutions. Join us at booth #2321.
Backup solutions provide an easy and reliable way to back up and restore Office
365, Exchange, SharePoint and OneDrive for Business data. The new version of CodeTwo Backup for Office
365 & CodeTwo
Backup for Exchange is another step towards providing the most
comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solution for your organization. The
most important changes introduced with this update are:
We are delighted to let you know that CodeTwo has been awarded Microsoft 2019 Partner of the Year Award in the ISV (Independent Software Vendor) category for Poland. The winners were announced at the Microsoft ONE conference – the main IT event for key Microsoft Partners in Poland.
We are happy to announce that, starting today, CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 can process your emails in a new geolocation, Germany West Central, located in the Microsoft’s Azure datacenter in Frankfurt. Since this is also where the program stores your settings and some of your Azure AD data (cached user attributes), it is good news for those of you who need to keep their data within the borders of Germany to comply with applicable German laws and regulations. Germany West Central is the eighth geolocation available for our email signature and disclaimer manager for Office 365, the other being: West US, North Central US, Canada East, North Europe, UK South, West Europe and Australia East.
I’ve recently stumbled into quite an annoying problem in desktop versions of Word 2019 and Outlook 2019 regarding the Read Aloud functionality, which I needed to turn off. As you may already know, Read Aloud is a neat text-to-speech feature that, as the name implies, is designed to read the text from your Word documents files or Outlook emails aloud. So, what’s the problem here? Well, first of all, I don’t use it. However, it often happens that the program starts reading my text even though I don’t want it to. This happens because I accidentally turn this functionality on with the Alt+Ctrl+Space keyboard shortcut (e.g. if I miss the Ctrl+X or Ctrl+C shortcut).
In this article, I would like to share my solution on how to disable Read Aloud in Outlook and how to remove the shortcut key in Word that turns this feature on.
already know that each and every component of CodeTwo Email Signatures for
Office 365 is monitored 24/7. This is a tiny part of what we do to ensure your
email signatures are always there and if any issue arises, it is resolved as
quickly as possible. Up until now, all subscribers could see the status of our
services in CodeTwo Admin Panel, after logging in.
Now, we have deployed a new, dedicated status page, on which you can check the current state of our services using any device connected to the Internet, with no access restrictions. Read more about it below.
CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 now comes with a brand new Signature Template Editor – a built-in WYSIWYG editor designed to make the signature composing process much simpler, faster and more intuitive.