How Does Exclaimer Cloud Work?

We announced our new cloud-based solution, Exclaimer Cloud Signatures for Office 365 at Microsoft Ignite and CeBIT Australia recently. We’re very excited about launching our next generation email signature solution and the response we have had has been ecstatic so far.

So, how does Exclaimer Cloud actually work?

  • Design email signatures using a cutting-edge drag-and-drop signature designer or choose from a library of professional signature templates, giving them to individuals or a group/department.
  • Your users send emails via Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) from any device like a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.
  • Emails pass from Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) and are routed to Exclaimer’s regional Azure servers.
  • Exclaimer Cloud sees the incoming messages, adds the appropriate signature to each email and passes them back to Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) for sending.

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It’s as simple as that! All emails are guaranteed to have the correct signature while staying within the Microsoft Cloud environment. Exclaimer Cloud doesn’t send emails out for you as this is controlled by Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365). All it does is add the email signatures you have created, so none of your emails will get stopped or marked as spam by Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365).

We will be launching Exclaimer Cloud Signatures for Office 365 worldwide in the coming weeks so keep your eyes peeled for future announcements.

How Exclaimer Can Help:

If you're looking for an easy way to design and manage professional email signatures across your whole organization, we're here to help. Find out more or start your free trial today!

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