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Founded in 2001, Exclaimer is the recognized global market leader in on-premises and cloud-based email signature software and solutions for Office 365, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. It has over 50 million users worldwide with some companies holding licenses for over 100,000 users. Its diverse customer base includes renowned international organizations such as Sony, Mattel, 10 Downing Street, NBC, the Government of Canada, the BBC and many more organizations of all sectors and sizes.

Exclaimer solutions are regularly recommended by Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) and have a strong reputation within the Microsoft community. The company has been the recipient of multiple awards within the IT sphere and has successfully achieved the ISO 27001:2013 Certification for its cloud-based Office 365 signature management service.

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We have a user where once in a while he will be sending an email and it randomly sends out blank.

It shows up in his sent items as blank as well. It's as if something is removing his content after he sends it but when I look in both reflexion and O365 message trace it doesn't get flagged as outbound spam.


Our Stack is:

1. O365 with Exchange online no hybrid
2. Exclaimer Signatures
3. Reflexion Spam filtering
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Hey

How do I create a auto reply on shared mailbox? (always - not only one time per sender)

Exchange 2013

Thanks in advance

Mike
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Dear Experts,

I have a single exchange server 2016 standard server in a 2012R2 domain with about 20 mailboxes.  I have been tasked with installing a Sophos Mail encryption product (SPX) so that selected messages can be encrypted.  The SPX is a virtual appliance and it has been setup and configured.  

So in order to have the encryption work, outgoing messages must be routed through the SPX.  The appliance will pickup on the keywords and apply the encryption as necessary.  Some senders were getting NDRs but I believe this was due the SPX not having an FQDN configured (separate issue - I'll get that sorted I'm sure).

Now I have been asked to deploy Exclaimer to add disclaimer notes to the end of messages. So I'm wondering how I can route mail properly.  I'm guessing:

mail client  >  exchange connectors  >  SPX

I'd thought of:
mail client  >  exchange connectors  >  SPX  >  another exchange connector

but that looks a bit silly.

Thanks
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Hi Experts,

I have created an HTML signature and worked hard on the format. Active directory attributes should be pulled in order to generate the signature details. when I run the code, I get the format I want but nothing is pulled from AD.

This code did run ok when I used as a disclaimer rule on office 365.

I have attached the code, can someone guide me on how to make the HTML code pull the attribute from AD.

I did connect to AD via powershell and tried to run the code but no luck.

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

<head>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />

<title>Email Signature</title>

</head>

 

<body>

<div style="font-size:9pt;  font-family: 'Helvetica',sans-serif;">

<br> </br>

<p><strong><img src="https://www.mycompany.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/eb-logo-email-sig-01.png " width="174" height="37" alt="" /></strong></p><br>

<strong>%%Displayname%%</strong> / %%title%% <br>  

<a href="mailto:%%email%% "><font color="#D01f29">%%email%%</font></a><br />

<br>

<strong>%%Company%%</strong> <br>  

%%Phonenumber%% <br>  

%%Street%% <br>  

%%City%%, %%State%%,%%Zipcode%%, %%Country%% <br>  

<a href="https://www.mycompany.com/" target="_blank"><font color="#D01f29">www.company.com</font></a> <br />

<br>

<a href="https://twitter.com/company" target="_blank"><img 

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Find out what the Office 365 disclaimer function is, why you would use it and its limited ability to create Office 365 signatures.
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Hi,

Ive been able to add a disclaimer to our Office 365 mailboxes but cannot stop it being added to replies etc so each time a message is sent, the disclaimer is be added every time. For example, if we send a message to an external company and the respond, there are two disclaimers and if they keep responding to the same email then the disclaimer gets adding each time.

Ive tried adding an exception whereby it checks it the txt from the disclaimer is already present on the email but this is not working.

Any ideas?
SycamoreIT
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Is it possible to push outlook signature through Exchange?
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Hi

I have two exchange 2013 servers in DAG, Im in process of migrating my users to offce 365, I need to implement a signature for all my users ( On promise and Cloud users ),  i need the signatures to be applied on all the users whenever they send locally or external .
please advise
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There is a MS Exchange organization, with 5 Exch 2010 servers holding different roles. 3 of them on hub transport and mailbox, and 2 of them are CAS. There are 2 mailbox databases, both on DAG. The problem is, we found that few of the mailboxes (altogether 250+) are exceed 20 GB. These mailboxes are still active, although the mailbox owner already left the company. However, other users still have to access, especially to grab and share those latest incoming mails, we have to leave them live.

Now, both exch mailbox databases are in 500+ GB, we are thinking of doing some kinds of house keeping, at least to avoid/slow down the growth of the mb DB. We are thinking for those exceed 20 GB, we just want to keep those mails that dated this year, and take away mails that were last year of before. Are we suppose have to archive them? But, can I only archive those mails that based on date? or export them to PST?

Another condition is, suppose only this year's mails are kept on the mailbox, others are archived or kept some where away from server. But, if users want to see mails that are belong to last year one day, what am I suppose to do to fulfill their need?
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Hi everyone

I am having an issue with Outlook 2013 whilst amending an email account signature. Essentially, whenever I add an image to the signature file that I am creating or updating, Outlook resizes the image if it is over 600 pixels wide. This of course results in a distorted image when sending an email. When using right-click to display the size and position of the image when it is part of the a new email, it shows a scale percentage of less than 100% (presumably due to the resizing of the image when creating the signature).

I have read other posts and replies that refer to using 96 dpi (which I am), and Windows text display sizes greater than 100% (they are not), but I cannot add any image greater than 600 pixels without it being re-sized.

My second issue is that having created a new signature image, I need to update signatures for multiple users, but replacing/updating  the image file in the 'appdata/roaming..../signatures' folder (even with a <600 pixel width) does not appear to update the image attributes held by the email theme/signature files, and the new image retains the old dimensions, and is distorted.

Is it possible to edit the signature without logging in as each user to use the 'Signature GUI' within the Outlook options/mail settings?
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I'm looking for a way to standardize our user's signatures through Exchange so that they're all uniform. I've looked around a little but haven't found a lot of step by step guides. It appears the easiest, or cleanest, way to do it is to utilize the fields in AD. We don't currently fill out all of the fields on the General tab of the user's profile. That's something that we could go back through and fill out if that is an easy way to do it. Anyone have any tips or guides to get this setup? We are on Exchange 2010.

Thanks!
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Dear All,

My company want to introduce a new company logo on the email signature of all the employees,is it possible to do from GPO for all users at once.
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Hi All

  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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Exclaimer

332

Solutions

702

Contributors

Founded in 2001, Exclaimer is the recognized global market leader in on-premises and cloud-based email signature software and solutions for Office 365, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. It has over 50 million users worldwide with some companies holding licenses for over 100,000 users. Its diverse customer base includes renowned international organizations such as Sony, Mattel, 10 Downing Street, NBC, the Government of Canada, the BBC and many more organizations of all sectors and sizes.

Exclaimer solutions are regularly recommended by Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) and have a strong reputation within the Microsoft community. The company has been the recipient of multiple awards within the IT sphere and has successfully achieved the ISO 27001:2013 Certification for its cloud-based Office 365 signature management service.

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