Active directory attributes in signatures on Exchange Server
Placeholders can be later turned into Name, Position, Department, Phone Number, Email address, Website address and other Active Directory fields of a given user. In other words, if messages with placeholders travel via Exchange, they are intercepted by CodeTwo Exchange Rules and a signature is appended. At the same time, all placeholders in the template are turned into user data depending on the senders of these messages.
And if you look for more advanced options, you can use conditional placeholders. These are multi-value placeholders that can add different type of information to your signature (text, image, HTML code snipped and more) based on conditions you define. For example, if user's phone number value is missing in AD, a conditional placeholder can be replaced with a generic/alternative phone number. Or if you want the signature of specific users to contain an additional information (e.g. their office hours), a conditional placeholder can help you with that too.
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