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Is it possible to push outlook signature block through Exchange?

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Is it possible to push outlook signature through Exchange?
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Question by:Rezwan Senobarian
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Yes but I don't believe that graphics are allowed yet online.
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by:Antzs
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You can use the Rules under Mail Flow in the Exchange ECP to do this.  But this can only support text.  You wont be able to insert pictures/logo.

For a more complete signature, you would need to use third party applications such as the below.

www.codetwo.com
www.exclaimer.com
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Rules under Mail Flow in the Exchange ECP

That would be a disclaimer; not a signature ... https://oddytee.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/customized-exchange-or-office-365-disclaimers/

You can, however, do it through group policy.  Here are a couple options...


Alternately, like Anthony stated, there are some third party options...

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by:CodeTwo Software
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Hi Rezwan,

Which version of Exchange are you using?

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by:Exclaimer
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Hi Rezwan,

For a complete HTML signature with graphics, legal disclaimer, banners etc., we can help you. Our Exchange email signature software lets you create a high quality signature that is then deployed centrally to all your users. https://www.exclaimer.com/signature-manager-exchange-edition/

Everyone will then get signatures on all devices including mobiles. You won't have to do any more manual signature changes and everyone will get the same signature no matter what. https://www.exclaimer.com/signature-manager-exchange-edition/videos

You can trial the software for 30 days and you'll get full technical support too https://www.exclaimer.com/signature-manager-exchange-edition/download

Let me know if you need anything else. We're always happy to help!

All the best,

Exclaimer
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by:Todd Nelson
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