Exclaimer - great solution for administering signatures company-wide
November 30, 2018

Exclaimer - great solution for administering signatures company-wide

Derek Schroeder | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

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Exclaimer Signature Manager Exchange

Overall Satisfaction with Exclaimer

Exclaimer is utilized to replace Outlook desktop-level signatures. Where normally every user needs to configure a signature (properly) and conform manually, Exclaimer forces structure and accuracy at the server level. No more configuring Outlook manually just set up the software for Exchange and ready the template. After some testing/vetting, the signature is set up for all users specified automatically.

Pros

  • Automated server-level signatures for all users.
  • Decrease user customization and enforce structure.
  • Remove steps on workstation configuration and reduce issues when signatures do not work properly on clients.

Cons

  • Requires updates to keep up with Exchange as it's updated (expected).
  • Can cause issues with Exchange mail flow if software has issues.
  • Great software to make signatures a non-issue.
  • Economically priced with tiered discounts.
  • Simplicity in concept, HTML based code and user-friendly interface can allow non-coding experts to configure / update.
Exclaimer and CodeTwo are direct competitors. They boast the same features and even the administration consoles are similar in visual appearance. They both have HTML editors to configure the signature(s) and directly link with Exchange or Office 365 Hosted Exchange. A trial of both software would help make the decision easier, but overall they are very good products and pricing is similar.
Exclaimer is well suited for any organization with an Exchange or 365 email system. It connects to the server and adds signatures with ease. Updates to signatures can be made quickly and easily for hundreds of users at the same time, so the software is very scalable for businesses of any size (or growth).

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