Personalised signatures and banners integrated into 365 so every email looks great, no matter which device you sent it from.

Azure Active Directory Integration

We've integrated our email branding software with Azure Active Directory so your signature data is always up to date.

Add branding for email with style

Turn branding on for any of your 365 or POP mailboxes with the flick of a button and configure banners and signatures using our unique web-based management interface.

Spread your message effortlessly

Email branding is a great way to get your product out there in a non-intrusive manner. Every mail sent from your business creates a potential new lead.

Affordable and effective email branding

There is no reason to pay too much for your email branding. Our recently developed software is feature-rich and compatible with almost every mail client in use today.

Email Branding
R20
per month
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Email branding including signatures, banners and disclaimers added after you click send from any device
Mailbox types supportedPOP or Exchange / 365
MIME types supportedHTML or plain text
Image typesReferenced or embedded
Azure Active Directory syncronisation
Automatic sender creation
Click tracking and redirection
Mobile friendly management interface
Intelligent HTML templating
Sending statistics and reporting

Already branding with another solution?

Why not give our branding a trial run? Just like our hosting the first month is free and excellent support comes standard. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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