Ensure Email Signatures from Any Device

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Crossware Mail Signature

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No End-User Effort

Mobile Email Signatures are managed centrally and therefore require no individual device setting up.

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Bring Your Own Device

Let employees bring their own device to the office and enable work emails to be sent from their mobile. Enjoy customisation with our mobile Email Signature templates, and manage signatures across multiple mobile phones with no branding issues to worry about. 

Maintain Consistency

No matter what device your Email is sent from, your Email Signature will be applied – without ‘sent from my iPhone/Android’ appearing.

 

Crossware Mail Signature appends your professional mobile email signature on all emails sent from any device, supporting all Domino, Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Exchange clients including iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile.

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Why have a mobile email signature?

Technology over the past decade has been all about “going mobile”. 50% of all mobile phones in the US are smartphones, with business users leading the statistics. Employees of prominent companies have started sending email signatures from mobile phones ending with “sent from my iPhone” or “sent from my Android”… their emails lack any branding and, even worse, they lack any professional contact details.

As Crossware Mail Signature is installed at the server-level, your professional email signature gets appended on all emails sent from any device – maintaining consistency across the entire company. You can be sure that all mobile Email Signatures leaving your company will be branded correctly and display the correct personal contact details.

No longer do you have to worry about the lack of control that mobile devices provide, you can now feel free to give employees permission to use their own mobile phones for work emailing and be confident that their email communications and signatures are as professional as always.

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