Unless you’re a time traveler from the early 1990’s, chances are emails in your Exchange organization already contain signatures.
But what do they look like? If you allowed individual users to set them up on their own, you and your company may have ended up with a mess of bigger or smaller proportions.
Let’s see what could go wrong:
Possibly the biggest surprise brought about by the release of Exchange 2016 is… how similar it is to Exchange 2013. In fact, in terms of email signature management it’s pretty much identical (if you’re familiar with the 2013 version of Microsoft’s email server, you’ll see what I mean). However, many of you may have never had the opportunity to poke around Exchange 2013, so let’s get to work:
NOTE: This solution comes with several limitations, which I discuss in the last section of the article.