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Exchange Signatures

Create and manage an Exchange signature.

Any organization on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or above has the ability to create and manage an Exchange signature and disclaimer via the Hub Transport role. This means that IT admins can centrally control corporate Exchange signatures more easily. However, creating and managing an email signature for Exchange can be trickier than it first appears.

Read on to learn how to create your own Exchange email signature, find out what limitations there might be and learn other useful tips along the way.

Create an Exchange signature

Exchange 2007 email signature

Exchange 2007

Exchange 2010 email signature

Exchange 2010

Exchange 2013 email and Exchange 2016 email signature.

Exchange 2013 & 2016

What you can and can't do

Exchange 2007

Exchange 2007

Exchange 2010

Exchange 2010

Exchange 2013 & 2016

Exchange 2013 & 2016

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Guest article - Sathish Veerapandian

Using Exclaimer for email signature management

(by Sathish Veerapandian - Microsoft MVP)

Using Exchange email signature software by Exclaimer

The options for creating and distributing email signatures and disclaimers via Microsoft Exchange are quite limited. Dedicated email signature software adds high-quality and professional signatures to all email processed by your Exchange server.

Exclaimer email signature software guarantees that every email sent by your organization will have a full HTML email signature with static text, imagery and dynamic fields. That means any email from any device or client, including mobile devices like smartphones and tablet PCs.

Learn more about Exclaimer email signature software for Exchange


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