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.Continue reading ‘CodeTwo wins Microsoft Partner of the Year 2019 Award’
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.Continue reading ‘Brand new signature template editor for CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365’
We are proud to let you know that CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 – our flagship cloud solution for email signature management in Office 365 – has been featured by Microsoft as “Preferred Solution” on AppSource.Continue reading ‘CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 listed as Preferred Solution on Microsoft AppSource’
We are proud to let you know that a customer story of Dyer & Butler, a company providing public and private infrastructure services in England and Wales, using CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 has been featured by Microsoft in their Customer Stories.Continue reading ‘How Dyer & Butler solved their email signature problem (story featured by Microsoft)’
We are excited to let you know that CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365, our cloud-based email signature solution, has already received over 50 positive reviews on Spiceworks Community – a popular tech forum for IT professionals from all over the world who share their knowledge with other fellow experts. This makes our solution the most highly-recommended signature software on Spiceworks.Continue reading ‘CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 highly recommended on Spiceworks’
Office 365 administrators look for third-party tools for Office 365 to make their job easier and faster. It may not be possible to automate all admin tasks, but there are solutions that can definitely help you automate at least three aspects of your every-day routine – email signatures, migrations and backups. Keep reading to get more details on how you can benefit from the best tools for Office 365 from CodeTwo.
On March 31, 2019 we celebrate the World Backup Day, a special day reminding us of the importance of data backups. This is a perfect time to look closer at you company backup systems. Are they in place? Do they actually work and can you use them when it’s really needed? To me this is going to be personal. Why? No longer than yesterday, I was confident that I have my home backups under control. Now I am tearing my hair out as I have lost about 1TB of photographs from like… my whole life. What a pain!
Having my personal tragedy in mind, take a moment to double-check your backups. Not only the private backups but more importantly backups that are supposed to secure your company data – just in case.
We are excited to let you know that our backup solutions, CodeTwo Backup for Office 365 and CodeTwo Backup for Exchange, have been upgraded to version 2.0 and now support SharePoint on-premises, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business backups. Together with mailbox and Public Folders backup features, companies using these tools gain the ability to address more complex backup needs with just one application on board.
[Update] This post was updated on February 18, 2019.
Although prepending special words to emails is definitely easy to achieve natively, it is not possible, using Exchange mail flow rules or Outlook rules, to remove those words automatically from email subject or body when replying or forwarding. If you prepend any keywords to incoming emails like e.g. the word EXTERNAL, to let people know the email originates from the outside of an organization, it will stick to it also in replies and forwards. And this is not what generally the user wants to happen. So if you need to remove any prepended keywords or phrases from email subject or body before the message hits the original sender, you need to either write your own piece of code or use a third party tool like CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro.
And if code writing is not what makes you enthusiastic, then using CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro is your option.