MLM Group, founded in 1966, is a leader in multidisciplinary design, compliance and specialist practice, providing its services across the UK and internationally. Find out how CodeTwo Exchange Rules helped the company standardize email signatures for all users.
ADCO is a company from Abu Dhabi specializing in extraction and processing of oil. With over 6,000 users the standardization of signature layouts in business e-mails was a major concern for IT administrators. In addition, they sought a simple way for integration of graphics into email footers.
The Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Serbia needed a uniform and elegant signatures for all employees with data pulled from Active Directory.
JMP Engineering Inc. needed a robust marketing tool for changing marketing texts in users' email signatures. CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 passed this exam in 100%.
St. Catherine’s School for girls from prep to year 12 is centrally located in Toorak, Melbourne, Australia. They wanted to have an easy-to-use and smart application to manage their email signatures added from emails sent from OWA, iPhones and other mail clients.
The Society for Family Health is one of Nigeria’s largest non-governmental organizations. Its mission is to empower Nigerians, particularly the poor and vulnerable to lead healthier lives. The organization needs to broadcast their proactive messages via email banners, and to automatically inserted email footers in all outbound correspondence of 500 employees.
Bournville College is a further Education College located in Birmingham, UK. Their servers host almost 14,000 mailboxes and therefore they need a tool to create and centrally manage server-sided email signatures, and to promote the college using email banners.
ADMA-OPCO is Abu Dhabi based company producing hydro-carbon since 1977. They needed to add clickable banners underneath each outbound message from Exchange Server 2007.
Bauer Publishing House, which is operating since 1991, is the biggest Polish magazine publisher. The company was looking for an effective solution to centrally manage and uniform email signatures for their different departments.
This organization is an important player in the Canadian Optical Industry. They needed a way to harmonize their email signatures, so that all of their contacts could receive professionally branded emails which included all contact information and marketing banners. See how CodeTwo Exchange Rules hit the bull’s-eye.
Exlar Corporation was established in 1986 and is a private US based manufacturer of roller screw linear actuators, rotary servo motors and electric equipment for motion control applications. They were searching for a software that will centrally create and add consistent and uniform email signatures and disclaimers to the company mail on Exchange.
Helping Hand Aged Care is a non for profit Uniting Church affiliated organization which has been providing high quality aged care in South Australia since 1953. They had been using CodeTwo Exchange Rules for four years to add signatures and disclaimers to Exchange mail. Recently they have migrated to CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro as they moved to Exchange 2007. They said they had not one problem with CodeTwo software since the installation back in 2007.