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Signatures with O365

Posted on 2014-03-09
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We currently are mid migration from 2007 to 2013 on Premise.  We are using Exclaimer Signature Util for 2013. Once Migration is done we are planning on going to o365 late this year early next. Exclaimer will only work with OWA/Outlook CLient once we go O365.  It will not work when sending emails from active sync devices....

Does anyone know or has anyone over come this?  I have heard of another Co. called Codetwo Signature util but have not researched them yet.  

We have over 300 Users and Exclaimer pulls info from AD acct which makes mgmt. of signatures a breeze.
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Code two works in exactly the same way.  I've not used the Office 365 version, but we were given a free version of the software for Exchange 2010 and it worked very well.

Code two also pulled the user info from AD and populated the signature with this information.

Alan
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