N/APosted on - 11/01/2011
Our company would like to have an automatic signature or disclaimer text on our mail messages. Currently, we are using Microsoft Office 2007 but not the Outlook Exchange; and our clients are using XP PRO PS3 with Outlook 2007. My question is, does Office 2007 have this kind of feature or we do need to use Outlook Exchange?
Preference to use Microsoft Office or Outlook Exchange
You can still choose to use Microsoft Exchange Server which has many options of disclaiming and signing of text and mail messages. Like the Exclaimer mail Disclaimers this can help put vivid signatures, airtight disclaimers and visual business cards on every mail that goes out. It can be used on office 2007 and 2010 of the Microsoft. Code two exchange rules can also be used in disclaiming and signature management in that it can deploy standard disclaimers and signatures to all mails that come in from clients. It also comes with an advantage because the administrator is not required to configure footers separate. MapILab disclaimer for exchange is another solution to this problem in that it offers a central management for disclaimers and signatures of emails from clients. There are so many options that you are left to choose what will suit your specifications best.