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.
About two weeks ago, Microsoft has announced that Exchange 2019 is already available for download. As for now, it is a preview build but the production version is just around the corner. Along with this announcement, we are happy to let you know that our email signature solutions will support the newest version of Exchange soon.
CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro is a powerful and user-friendly tool for Exchange organizations. It was designed to help admins with their everyday tasks related to email flow control and signature management. The role-based access to certain rules and features of the program makes it also possible to delegate specific tasks to different departments or employees, such as marketing, information security officer, data protection officer, etc. That way, the program can also be used to run marketing campaigns or ensure compliance with the company’s procedures and legal regulations.
Let’s have a look at how a typical day might look like at a company where CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro is deployed.
CodeTwo Exchange Rules and CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro, our email signature management tools for on-premises Exchange Server, have been updated. Apart from a bunch of improvements and fixes, this update brings two new features which facilitate adding tracking parameters to hyperlinks and inserting HTML snippet code to signature templates.
CodeTwo email signature management tools let you measure the satisfaction level of your customers. Thanks to an easy integration with one-click survey services, each email you send to your customers can be used to gather feedback in just one second. The statistics can be used to acknowledge the best members of your customer service team and to increase the overall satisfaction of your customers even further. To offer you more options to choose from, we have teamed up with Hively – a one-click survey provider.
Do you use pictures in your emails? Most people do. Did you know that there is a problem you might face if you use iOS devices like iPhone or iPad? Whenever you reply to a message or forward it using such a native mail app, graphical elements such as pictures, logos or banners get deleted. That is a default behavior for iPhones and iPads, but there is a solution which works on Exchange Server.
Why are images deleted from iPhone or iPad?
That is just the default behavior in native iOS mail app to delete images from email body when you reply to a message. It might be a way to declutter mailboxes and to save some space. Maybe it is designed that way because the original recipient has already seen the images. Although this might be found as perfectly logical, for some it is a twisted logic as it makes doing your job harder.