I'm being asked to look into standardized signatures for our company. We use GoDaddy (yes sad as it is we do) is our tenant to O365 so the only current information is first, last and email on my users. Does CodeTwo product have bulk editing or will I still need to manipulate powershell and csv files to add phone, title etc.?
Aug 17, 2021 at 13:48 UTC
You are able to use what CodeTwo calls place holders for AD attributes. You can use AD’s extended custom attributes for custom values you want added for people. I used them when adding pronouns to a signature became a thing. You create templates in CodeTwo and apply the signature templates to users based on their security groups. You can also just apply them to everyone.
Aug 17, 2021 at 13:53 UTC
Unfortunately, CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 doesn't let you edit Azure Active Directory attributes directly. You can, however, use conditional placeholders to set up a default value if a certain AD attribute is missing. Take a look at this example of use to learn more.
If you have any other questions, our Customer Success Team is available 24/5 and will be more than happy to assist you.
I have enabled code two signature on exchange online and i set the rule in transport rule
To forward emails to your connector it is working fine but the problem is when i create
Any other rule the code two take priority as it is 0 priority and no other rules are applied
Cause your rule is forwarding to a connector
So can i create all rules before this rule and set the priority of the signature rule to be after any rule?
Mar 17, 2021 at 08:33 UTCHiThe rule which forwards emails to the connector should have the highest priority. There should be no problem with processing the rules that follow.Take a look at this article to see how it works (the article is primarily about working with smart hosts, but it applies to your scenario, as well). This section shows exactly how to modify the mail flow rule to make sure everything works properly.I'd also recommend getting in touch with our Customer Success Team - they are available 24/5 and will be more than happy to help you get everything to work.
Mar 17, 2021 at 10:11 UTC
I think the issue is that i forgot to set the stop processing more rules
There are a lot of ways to add signatures to emails in Microsoft 365. You can:
- design a signature yourself and send it to users together with instructions on how to set it up in their email clients or mobile devices; or
- walk to every workstation and mobile device and set it up yourself. The bigger your organization, the longer it takes; or
- deploy CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 to manage company-wide email signatures from one place for all users.
CodeTwo Exchange Migration is a powerful tool for performing mailbox and public folders migrations easily. You can even migrate from legacy Exchange servers without the need to install intermediate versions of the program. It is also a perfect solution for an easy Office 365 off-boarding to the on-premises Exchange server.
CodeTwo Office 365 Migration is a powerful tool which allows you to perform easy mailbox and public folders migrations from any Exchange Server version or IMAP server to Office 365. You can also use it to migrate data between Office 365 tenants.
Do you need to migrate between Office 365 tenants? As it turns out, tenant to tenant migration is not supported natively, so your only options are performing a troublesome manual migration or (recommended) using a third-party tool. See how to migrate from one tenant to another using CodeTwo Office 365 Migration.
Need to migrate from Exchange Server to Office 365, between Office 365 tenants or Exchange Serves? Make the migration quick and easy with CodeTwo migration software.
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CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 allows you to unify email signatures in your Office 365 organization. With the new signature template editor it’s easier than ever to create perfect email signature designs for your company.
Exchange 2019 is out and from what I've read online, it seemed that this release brings less than one would expect. But, as I dived deeper I found that there are more changes under the hood.
I've summed up the findings in this blog post: https://www.codetwo.com/admins-blog/whats-new-in-exchange-2019/.
All the best,
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Jan 9, 2019 at 14:08 UTC
Exchange 2019 is supported by:
CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro - can be used to manage email signatures and email flow on Exchange 2019, or in mixed-Exchange environments which include Exchange 2019.
CodeTwo Exchange Migration - supports migration from and to Exchange Server 2019.
CodeTwo Office 365 Migration - supports migration from Exchange 2019 to Office 365.
CodeTwo Backup for Exchange - lets you back up and recover data of Exchange 2019 mailboxes.
In a couple of weeks, we are also releasing CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2019 - a tool for email signature and disclaimer management dedicated specifically for Exchange 2019.
Jan 9, 2019 at 15:35 UTC
Thanks for the writeup, Adam. The emphasis on installing Exchange on physical hosts still bends my head around backwards, but that started a while back. The RAM requirements (guidelines?) were a real surprise for 2019, though! Glad I wasn't the only one in the room thinking "D'OH!!"
Thanks for the info on CodeTwo product support, I'm waiting on another vendor as well, I'll be talking with your folks soon.
Just wanted to share this short video tutorial on how to recreate Outlook profiles: https://www.codetwo.com/admins-blog/how-to-recreate-outlook-profiles/.
It may come in handy when e.g. the current profile is corrupted or Outlook loses connection with Exchange after a server migration.
This is not a very popular migration scenario. The migration pattern that the majority of companies choose (and the one Microsoft propagates so widely) is to move organizations to Office 365, not the other way round. Anyway, this article may give those who need to migrate back to on-premises some options to consider.
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