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It’s vital to keep customers and business partners informed when their emails can’t be answered for the time being (for instance due to illness, holiday, training etc.). CI Out of Office absence manager enables you to manage absence messages centrally within your organisation.
The software allows for certain users, defined in advance (e.g. human resources managers, secretaries, heads of departments) to have absence messages displayed centrally and for appropriate changes to be made.
Use CI-Archiv to archive your emails centrally, easily and in compliance with legislation. It includes functions such as, Central management, Quick full text search – can be used immediately, Easy Outlook "look & feel" operation and many more.
CI-Mail-Policy-Disclaimers for Exchange. Set of rules for managing incoming and outgoing emails, e.g. adding a disclaimer to an email. This is a completely new option for monitoring emails, adding a disclaimer if necessary and reporting illegal emails to persons or groups. This is a so-called set of rules, which react to incoming and outgoing mails and offer numerous options.
The software is very easy to configure. For example, a disclaimer can be set for external mails. Such a disclaimer can however also be set only if monitoring for particular content has failed - and can also be ignored for certain types of content.
Manage email signatures - centrally and dynamically in a network environment. CI-Sign enables you to use uniform and automated signatures - throughout your company. You can automatically have the required statutory information added to your emails and at the same time comply with your company’s corporate identity guidelines.
Signature marketing will help you to advertise products along with trade fair dates. With an expiry date, of course, to automate the marketing process.