Thursday, November 21, 2013

Enabling Email Signatures with Office 365–a PowerShell Solution

Like many folks, I use Outlook pretty much exclusively for my email. One nice feature is the ability to set a ‘signature’, text that is added to the bottom of each email I author and send. The signature can contain pretty much anything you want , including your phone numbers, your Lync ID, etc.
Ben Norcutt has just published a nice article on how you can use PowerShell to set email signatures with Office 365. You can see the article and the PowerShell scripts here:
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1 comment:

ICS Cyber Security said...

It's always good to find new and useful ways to use VBScript automation on Windows. One task I decided would be better automated, is the generation of consistent looking Email Signatures for the team.

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