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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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i want to implement outlook signature to all AD user VIA AD GPO as follow in selective color


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Gaurav Pandey
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Please guide me step by step to full fill above requirement.

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Gaurav
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We have a need to have a couple of users to 'share' a second Exchange email account.  They will each retain their primary personal account but need to read and send email from this second account and see what each of them have said in replies.

I have added the two users with full access and send as rights to the shared account through the Exchange console.  The account automatically adds to their Outlook profile and they can read, more and send email.  However, if they reply, the reply to a message it appropriately comes from the shared account.  However the reply is placed in their personal Sent folder, not the shared email account's sent folder.  I also try to create a unique Signature for the shared account but the only choice for signatures for the individual users are their personal accounts.  The shared account does not show  in the Account Name pull down in the Signature creation window.

I then removed the users from Full Access and Send As through the Exchange console.  I added the rights back in using command lines and disabling the automapping in Exchange 2010.  I then added the shared account into their Exchange profile using the Advanced -> Open Additional Mailbox.  I had the same issues.

I understand that there may be issues if I try to add the shared account as a second Exchange account through Outlook Profile, but I do not seem to have another option.

Is there another way to let these users have the desired functionality:
 
- Read incoming email to the …
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I have a customer who has been using O365 for the last year, but it is not linked to their on-site AD. All users are manually created on both sides.

What's the easiest way to merge the two, so that in the future we can start creating users in AD, and have them sync to O365. Is this in-fact the recommended way of doing things, or is it just 'ok' to have the two as independant entities?

I have already on the server installed the "Essentials  Experience" (its a server 2012 r2 standard server), so that I can at-least start to sync their passwords to office 365, but I feel like we are missing out on some good functionality.

Edit: O365 probably has the most up-to-date data, as all the users Exclaimer signatures are taken from the settings in O365
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Customer used to have an on-prem exchange server 12 months ago. This was migrated to O365, but their network was still on a 2003 server, so AD sync was never configured. We want to get this set up and working now though, for password sync mainly, but maybe for user-creation also.

Online instructions are quite lengthy, so after your recommendations. Is it worth installing the "Essentials Experience" just so that I can use the O365 features within it, or should i be going the hole hog and doing it properly?

The O365 information is more current than the AD config, which has now been upgraded to 2012 r2 standard. They are using a domain "company.local" also, which has not yet be changed. Will this cause issues?

O365 is a 15 user environment, with about 100 distribution groups.
AD only has the users configured, and not their group memberships, telephone numbers or job titles (used for email signature generation)
Exclaimer is used to generate email signatures straight from O365.

Ideas?
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Hi Guys,

I am looking for a practical method to implement global signatures for all Outlook users in our organisation.

We are currently using the disclaimer option in Microsoft Exchange 2013, and works very well with available variables from AD, etc.

Two problems we face with the current method:
1.  The signature does not show up in Outlook (before sending), so that user can't be assured that it was included.
2.  The individual signatures are compiled with our company logo and HTML text, thus the mail recipient have the option to right-click on the logo and save it to their logo hard drive.   Management has a problem with the former and would like to have the complete signature in a single image file.  
* Yes, the end user would be able to cut the logo from the signature image, but this is how management wants it be ;-)

- Is there a way to force an Outlook signature (an image file per user) from Group Policy?    It will be necessary to create an image file (with all user particulars) for each user in AD.
- Any other 3rd options (tried and tested) available to do this?
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We require all our users to have a disclaimer at the bottom of their signature (corporation counsel requirement) and I am looking for a way to add that in Office 365 to apply to any/all email clients used.  I know there are transport rules in Office 365, but in instances with multiple replies it stacks the disclaimer at the very bottom of the message instead of after a user's reply.  I looked into CodeTwo Email signature program, but unfortunately I was told that I would have to route all my mail traffic back into my network in order to apply the signature, which defeats the entire purpose of running Office 365.

Does anyone have a product they can suggest or have used that does apply a disclaimer after reply text?

Thank you in advance!
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Dear Experts,

In my company Exchange server 2013 Standard is installed. There are around 500 users. Is it possible to create signatures for all of them in the exchange server 2013 . If yes then how can I configure it.

Regards,

JCT
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Hello Experts.
Do you have any advice what 3rd party software out there would enable us to configure auto responses with Office 365?
We have/had an onsite premise Exchange server that was running Exclaimer but unsure what teh cloud solution would be .
Thanks.
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I would like to create a simple email signature using VB. Can somebody please point me in the correct direction.

The idea is we have multiple email address in our company and its a pain asking all the employees to update their signatures making them the same font / style etc.

Signature to be
(First Name) (Last Name) Calibri size 12 red
(Text) Calibri size 11 italics black

I would like a dialogue box to enter first name, last name.

Thanks you for your assistance.

Regards

Mark
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I'm running Exchange 2010 and we are using GPO and a script to add signatures to emails.  The vast majority of users have no problem at all but I have a few that are missing all or part of their signature.  For example someone maybe missing a title while another may be missing a phone number.  There are a couple of others that are showing old data after AD has been updated.  These are happening across various versions of outlook from 2007 to 2013.  I can't find a pattern to help explain the problem.
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Does anyone have any experience with Exclaimer, or this product in particular? We are a fully Office365 shop, and want to be able to standardize and manage email signatures. With this particular solution, it forwards our email to their Azure servers that then "stamps" the email with the signature, then sends it back to our servers for delivery. To be honest, this sounds like a security and compliance nightmare for everyone involved. Thanks for the help!
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Hi
On Exchange 2013 we are trying to have one of our distribution group to send an auto replies. Logic says this should be possible with a transport rule but for some reason I can't get this to work.
Kindly assist.
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Hi,
I want to remove an auto-signature from a single mailbox.  It is a domain policy created by somebody that is no longer here but I can't find out where the policy is originating from.  There are no rules defined under the Transport Rules box where this is normally configured.  I do, however, see the GPO enabled to disable users from changing their signatures.  Where in the heck is this thing coming from??

Thanks!
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Hello,

I have configured Hybrid integration for a client where they have exchange 2010 on-premises and they are using Exclaimer signature manager for their on-premises but their intention is to migrate all their mailboxes to the cloud as they have enough licenses however when I tried to create a disclaimer rule with a signature on it ... it works but when any person reply to the first sent e-mail the signatures come under eachother not after each reply.

for instance if A sends an e-mail to B .. A's signature shows in his message and then when B replies to A .. the signature of B comes on top of A's email not under B's reply.

I am attaching a picture of this and hope someone could direct me toward any possible work around as I have tried to open a ticket with Microsoft support and they were not useful at all.

Thanks
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I need an email signature generator/software in order to create new professional/standard company email signature in Outlook 2010 & 2013 Client.

Looking for something simple that will generate an image/text that I can copy and paste into Outlook.
Nothing too expensive and complex.

Thanks, your help is much appreciated.
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Okay mulling over this questions asked about it too in the past but need to come up with a plan/product something...

env: Exchange 2010 in-house, 07 and 10 outlook users.

Need to be able to maintain signature with logos, so exchange rule/policy feature not ideal for this.
Have several locs too, three and although the text and layout will be same info(company name, logo image, colors) will differ based on the six locs.

Need to be able to maintain signature for all users on the same exchange svr, single forest one domain.  Have it show the correct log for employee per site without no/to exceedingly little(preferably no) user interaction.

Advice / products?   Thank you.
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Hi When I forward an email from one of my users Iphone ,it doesn't seem to display the signature properly in the message body , it is showing it as attacments ,I don't have this problem with android phones. Please advice what I can do attach is what I'm getting.

Many Thanks
SD
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I have configured a transport rule to apply a signature to outside emails from inside organization. It is working but I can not get the the logo to act right. The address and AD info goes out fine. I am importing html into the append section of the transport rule wizard.  I have tried many different codes and none seem to work.  I only get a marker where the logo goes. I put the logo on the web server and told the html where to find it. Some emails get it fine like Gmail and Hotmail but a lot of others like exchange emails get a marker. See the attachment.
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Good afternoon Experts,

We have added our company photos adde to our Exchange environment internally. Does anyone know how our clients externally can see these photos when we email them directly?

Thank you all,
JENLOR
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Quick question about mail routing in O365.

Once we have migrated all mailboxes to cloud this is how we would like mailflow.

External email comes in to cloud mailbox,user responds and mail is sent out.  O365 routes outbound mail to On-Prem mailbox Server, mail server attaches signature  (Exclaimer Mail util is sitting on both MBX servers on prem) mail server routes back to o365 then out to the internet from there.

I have asked MS this same question and get 17 diff answers.  can anyone shed some light.
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I am looking for a script to deploy outlook signature with logo and pull the Name, Title, from the Active Directory, please advise.

see attached sample:
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We use Microsoft exchange 2007 server and outlook 2010 as client, we would like to standardize outlook Signature for all users, what is the best method to do this. (exchange can do or any recommended third party software to do this)?
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Hi,
I use signature in Exchange 2010, by the transport rule.  On the client side, in the thread of the email ( writing email, forward reply)  At the nth mail, all signature stuck together at the end of the mail.  
I want the mail behavior the same as set on client side: each block mail has it signature.

Tk
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We are looking for a system of archiving email that clients can easily do within Outlook and is easy to use and can work in conjunction with SQL or Exchange.  The two links below are what we are looking for but recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

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We want to be able to centralize and control what email signatures are used for all our employees. In order to do this we want to be able to create a word doc with the email signature in it and store it on the server. Then when a user creates a new email message it pulls this signature from this file and puts it in their email before they send it. Is there a way to override the default signatures that users have and replace it with this signature using VBA? The only problem is that the signature in this word doc will not have their name since it will be a centralized signature so I would need to pull their name from Active Directory and place it on the top of the signature. This signature will have font colors and a jpeg file so it would need to be created in HTML formatted emails only. That is the default format we use anyways. Any ideas on how this can be done?
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Exclaimer

334

Solutions

704

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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