Corporate email signatures easily deployed
July 01, 2022

Corporate email signatures easily deployed

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Exclaimer

We use Exclaimer Outlook Signature Edition to manage the user's signatures and get applied to the Outlook desktop app. Some time ago this software was able to deploy signatures to Office365 too but nowadays isn't capable. This software reinforces the signature policy to all Active Directory users every 15 minutes so if you have a tricky user that has modified its signature, it will be reverted.
  • Centralized signature management
  • Easily deployment
  • Easy to use interface
  • Reinforcement and consistency signatures across organization
  • In the past, this software was able to deploy signatures to Office365 & Outlook desktop apps. Now, if you need Office365 deploy you have to move to an expensive plan.
  • New subscription plans are expensive compared to on premises subscriptions.
  • Consistency in signatures over organization
  • Saved time updating signatures
  • Easy deploy
  • Fast signature update across entire organization
The software works well, but they removed features like Office365 deployment with this kind of license.
Yes, we have deployed different signatures for different departments. It is easy to use, flexible, and fast deployment.
Easy to use interface, the signature template editor is friendly, and pricing.

Do you think Exclaimer delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Exclaimer's feature set?

No

Did Exclaimer live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Exclaimer go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Exclaimer again?

Yes

Everything is fine if you are using the same product as us, and users only use the Outlook desktop app. But if they are using Outlook web access, you have to move to a new subscription plan that ensures compatibility with Office365. The problem is this subscription is more expensive than on-premises licensing.