CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2003

CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2003


Average User Rating:
4.0
out of 5 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
3.2
File Size:
9.37MB
Date Added:
February 18, 2011
Price:
Free to try (Watermark on output); $180.00 to buy (Buy it now)
Operating Systems:
Windows 2000/2003
Total Downloads:
652
Downloads Last Week:
1
Additional Requirements:
Not available

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  • 5 stars

    "I really like it!"

    June 15, 2010   |   By arisotta

    Version: CodeTwo Exchange Rules 3.1.1

    Pros

    I'm not an every day user of this program, but basically using it was much easier than I expected. Oh, and I just love our company's signature now! And finally no mess with sending right mails to the right clients, works just brilliant for me.

    Cons

    hasn't disappointed me in anything yet

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  • 5 stars

    "The most logical and straightforward app for signatures"

    May 25, 2010   |   By unclesamm

    Version: CodeTwo Exchange Rules 3.1

    Pros

    It's easy to install and configure, works perfectly (stable), nice HTML editor, good for email marketing. Kills similar software.

    Cons

    Haven't seen any!

    Summary

    I've been using it for about 4 months in my company. It kills any other application for Exchange signatures and disclaimers. I had absolutely no problems with installation and configuration. My only issue with the activation was resolved immediately by their tech support. The program works with all mail clients including mobile devices. Perfect!

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  • 5 stars

    "With regard to a previous review by CompulsiveBuyer"

    May 24, 2010   |   By codetwo

    Version: CodeTwo Exchange Rules 3.1

    Pros

    With regard to a previous review by CompulsiveBuyer

    Cons

    No cons here

    Summary

    Sorry to hear that... We remember this customer pretty well as so far he has been the only one using offensive language in correspondence with our technical support. He also did not let us help him. We arranged two online sessions which he did not attend. We sent a number of emails that have never been replied to and tried to call this person - also to no avail. His support ticket has not been closed and we are willing to help if this customer gets back to us.
    To set the record straight, I need to add that our technical support responds to all inquiries within 24 hours.

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  • 1 stars

    "No reliable support. Poor knowledge base.Iin Poland"

    April 02, 2010   |   By ComplusiveBuyer

    Version: CodeTwo Exchange Rules 3.1

    Pros

    None that I have found. Fancy website. But does not appear to be any depth.

    Cons

    Little if any support. Hours that are set up for Europe. Not organized and program does not work.

    Summary

    My opinion is as follows. I purchased code Two after running it in demo mode. In demo mode appear to work okay. It shares your Outlook folders between multiple computers. However after the first remote computer I had problems. I am not totally technically inept. They show a fancy knowledge base but when you search a button title -- nothing comes up. I tried contacting them. Even though they offer free telephone support and I sent them an e-mail that I was willing to pay for it, they couldn't make it happen.

    Do not be fooled by their slick website. With the African-American man -- maybe Hispanic woman and two other all-American looking types poised to take your call. Apparently they are located in Poland. And I think they are a low rent operation. Their hours of available support end at 10 AM Central Time and begin at 2 AM CST. That means I have an hour to contact them at the beginning of my day which obviously is the end of their day. A person on the West Coast of the USA would have to contact them two hours earlier than I. That would mean that by the time anybody in the state's calls more likely than not they are all backed up.

    Their knowledge base is woefully inadequate. Their tutorial is geared only to a problem of free set up. It may be a great program, I don't know because we could not get it running. I do know that they are not set up to support customers in the US efficently and once you pay them it appears to be impossible to talk to a live human being.

    I had made an appointment to meet with them on April 2 at 9 AM. Unfortunately, my staff did not make it clear that I had to download Go to Meeting. I called them on Skype and got their standard response that no one was available.

    This was not surprising since they had sent me an email that said that her to do everything by e-mail. Notwithstanding the fact that they prominently feature phone support and offer extended phone support at $20 a session.

    By the time I went through all of the e-mails and learned that they had set up or allegedly had set up a Go to Meeting session; the session had expired. If it's that much trouble to get in touch with them -- they are not commercially feasible.

    They go through great lengths to hide their deficiencies with a great website but their performance is terrible. I will now try to object to the charge through PayPal because they did not deliver the service they promised but that is probably a losing battle.

    There are other networking services for Outlook. This one seemed to be the best bet because it was a one-time charge but clearly you get what you pay for. At $250 it was next to nothing and that is what I got next to nothing.

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  • 4 stars

    "Well made program for Exchange administrators"

    August 19, 2009   |   By Bittersweeet

    Version: CodeTwo Exchange Rules 3.0

    Pros

    Installs easily and quick to setup, clean product, a great marketing tool for email, reasonable pricing and no renewal fees.

    Cons

    Could be richer in functionality, I can think of several feature requests

    Summary

    The program offers excellent control over disclaimers added to company email. There is no need to instruct employees, the tagging of messages with disclaimers is server-based. This means no deployment for individual machines.
    The program could include more job types so that more control is offered over company mail traffic. Still a recommended piece.

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