Seasons change but CodeTwo solutions continue to occupy the highest positions in the software rankings on G2.com. Independent reviewers highly praised our signature and mail flow management tools for Microsoft 365 and on-premises Exchange servers, recognizing them as leaders. Our solution for cloud migrations got awarded for the easiest setup. Read on for details.Continue reading "G2 Fall 2021 awards: CodeTwo solutions remain category leaders"
- a new signature template editor with a revamped template library,
- conditional placeholders,
- integration with CodeTwo Exchange Rules Converter.
The new capabilities will help you create email signatures faster and offer more advanced signature customization options. The CodeTwo Exchange Rules Converter integration lets you perform a seamless transition of signature rules and templates to our cloud-based email signature service, CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365.Continue reading "CodeTwo Exchange Rules product family update: new signature editor, template library & features"
G2.com is a portal which gathers feedback from software users to offer an unbiased comparison between similar solutions. Once every quarter, G2 publishes reports which sum up how customers rated their experience. The best solutions in each category also receive awards, which recognize their strengths over the competition. We’re thrilled to tell you that CodeTwo’s solutions got multiple awards, including the Leader award.Continue reading "G2 Summer 2021 reports are out! CodeTwo solutions once again named category leaders"
Spring 2021 has come, and with it the new quarterly G2 awards for the best software. Three CodeTwo software solutions were highly acclaimed by G2 users in their reviews and earned several G2 awards, including the Leader award in the Email Signature Software category and the Best Support award. Receiving kudos for our products and the hard work of our Customer Success Team is always rewarding. Even more so when they are posted on external review portals for all the world to see!Continue reading "CodeTwo solutions recognized in G2 Spring 2021 Reports"
[Update] This blog post was updated on May 13, 2021 to present the current method for adding a direct Teams link using CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365.
What information should an email signature contain? It is customary that a professional email signature has your full name, your position in the organization as well as contact information. Usually, the contact details are your email address, telephone number and the company’s website. But there is so much more you can (and should) add.
We would like to share a cool trick that will allow you to add another form of contact to your signature, one that is very popular nowadays. See how to add a link that will initiate a direct Teams videocall to you.Continue reading "Direct Teams link in an email signature"
If you are using our software to manage email signatures and disclaimers in Exchange, then this news is for you. We released a new version of the following products from the CodeTwo Exchange Rules family:
- CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro
- CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2019
- CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2016
- CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2013
The new version brings significant changes to the Sent Items Update (SIU) service, which now uses the OAuth 2.0 authorization protocol to connect to Microsoft 365 (Office 365). Our Dev team also made improvements to the program’s architecture and introduced several fixes to problems reported by our customers. The installation of the update is mandatory if you are using CodeTwo Exchange Rules (Pro) in a hybrid Exchange environment and optional (but recommended) if you run the program in an on-premises only Exchange environment.Continue reading "Update to the CodeTwo Exchange Rules software family – OAuth 2.0 support and more"
Great news for all admins using CodeTwo Exchange Rules and Exchange Rules Pro to manage their email signatures. We’ve just released CodeTwo Exchange Rules Converter. The tool lets you easily migrate email signature rules and designs defined in the CodeTwo Exchange Rules product family to CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365. If you follow the trend to move your organization from Exchange to the Microsoft 365 (Office 365) cloud, you can move your on-premises email signatures with you and manage them using the software you’re familiar with.Continue reading "New tool: CodeTwo Exchange Rules Converter"
Our CodeTwo Exchange Rules family of products has been expanded with a new solution designed for Exchange Server 2019 – CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2019. The program allows you design and deploy email signatures and disclaimers centrally, for each user or group of users in your organization. Plus, it comes with a ton of features that significantly enhance the handling of signatures in an Exchange organization.
[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.