Central management of email signatures on Exchange Server
Email company disclaimers and auto-signatures can be set up using a highly intuitive wizard. The wizard will let you create email rules that fire on predefined messages only, e.g. depending on the senders' scope, recipient's scope, SMTP addresses, etc. The signatures can also be defined on the basis of certain Active Directory attributes, such as branch name, or country of residence.
In the video below, you can see how difficult it can be to manage email signatures for a 250-user company without the CodeTwo solution on board.
From now on, you do not need to set up email signatures for all users one-by-one or ask them to do it manually as it is all composed and managed in one place. Moreover, CodeTwo Exchange Rules brings a far more intuitive and easier to use rule manager than the one Exchange Server is equipped with. If some of your users, however, need to use their client-based signatures, they can do it as well.
Learn more about creating footers and rules:
If you need a similar email signature management program but for Office 365 (Microsoft 365), check out CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365.