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Apply email signatures for Exchange 2013 in Hybrid setup

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  I have two Exchange 2013 in DAG, i configured Hybrid setup with office 365, im in process of moving my users to office 365, I need to implement email signature for all the users both on promise and office 365 users, I need to software to be installed on my exchange 2013 and not to use cloud signatures, please advise
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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If you want to *enforce* signatures, there's no built-in solution. You will have to use 3rd party tools, which in turn use connectors to route mail to their service. Or live with the transport rule/disclaimer workaround.
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Had a project like this I did for a customer that was using Exclaimer to add signatures to emails as they left the on premise environment  but when we moved mailboxes to O365 the signature feature no longer applied to those mailboxes. You are in luck. Exclaimer has a cloud-based product for the O365 mailboxes.  Check it out.  Unfortunately, you might not have too much success with the on premise application with the O365 mailboxes if you don't want to use a cloud based option.

https://www.exclaimer.com/exclaimer-cloud/signatures-for-office-365/

Another option would be setting disclaimers in both Exchange on premise and online.

https://oddytee.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/customized-exchange-or-office-365-disclaimers/
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Can i route office 365 to my local smtp connectors and not to use ex-claimer on cloud as I dont want to route my emails to exclaimer.
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by:Todd Nelson
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Not ideal but yes that could work. Many companies that need to maintain on premise archive solutions route their mail that way.

That would be configured during the run of the HCW.  If you can't get it configured contact support.
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Hi ITMaster1979,

Check out our CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro.

The application supports hybrid (Exchange/Office 365) environments with centralized mail transport enabled (mail flow routed through an on-premises Exchange server with CodeTwo software installed): http://www.codetwo.com/userguide/exchange-rules-pro/hybrid.htm?sts=6297.

In case of any questions, drop me a line.

Best regards,
Adam
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You should have enough information to complete your request successfully.
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