Exclaimer Strengthens its Innovative Product Portfolio With the First Ever Disposable Email Address Software for Microsoft Exchange™

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Exclaimer Address Tagging for Exchange provides users with a new method to combat the constant threat of global email spam.

Exclaimer Address Tagging for Exchange 2013/2010/2007 is the only software of its kind to allow users to create any number of disposable email addresses for Exchange.

Create and manage any number of disposable email addresses using unique tags in Exchange.

Businesses now have another tool to help them stop unsolicited emails and drastically reduce the quantity of junk emails flooding their users’ mailboxes.

Exclaimer Limited, the global leader in managed email signature software, has announced the launch of Exclaimer Address Tagging for Exchange. Available immediately, this latest offering is the first software of its kind to allow users to create disposable email addresses for Microsoft Exchange™.

This feature is currently available in Gmail, Yahoo Mail, iCloud and Outlook.com, but has never been a part of Exchange™. Address Tagging for Exchange is the only solution available that lets users create and manage any number of temporary email addresses without involving the Exchange System Administrator.

Email spam is a major source of frustration and can potentially cause serious damage to an organisation’s infrastructure. Exclaimer’s pioneering technology works in tandem with Microsoft Exchange™ servers to eliminate threats such as marketing junk, phishing attempts and messages with malicious attachments.

“All online purchases, products or services require a valid email address these days,” explains Andrew Millington, CEO at Exclaimer. “This creates the risk of being added to direct mailing lists unknowingly, having your details sold onto third parties or becoming a victim of online abuse. Exclaimer Address Tagging for Exchange is the latest extension of our commitment to provide the best tools for use with Microsoft technologies. Businesses now have another tool to help them stop unsolicited emails and drastically reduce the quantity of junk emails flooding their users’ mailboxes.”

Once the software is installed, all a user has to do is add a simple plus or double dash tag to their standard email address, making it unique to the person or site they have given it to e.g. john.doe+thinkboxit@mycompany.com. This way, if they start to receive unsolicited mail to this specific address, they can quickly identify who the culprit is. The user can then decide what course of action they wish to take with any unwanted mails.

Exclaimer Address Tagging for Exchange also provides an excellent means of improving employee productivity by reducing the time users have to deal with time-wasting messages. “I know, from my own experience, that it is a constant struggle to keep up with the number of emails we all receive daily,” says Millington. “With Exclaimer Address Tagging for Exchange, a user can create rules in Outlook to automatically move or delete tagged spam messages without affecting the rest of their email. This gives them full control over their inbox so they have more time to carry out other important tasks.”

For pricing or to download a free 30-day software trial, please visit: http://www.exclaimer.com/address-tagging-for-exchange.

About Exclaimer
Since its incorporation in 2001, Exclaimer has been providing a robust portfolio of email utility software that works directly with Microsoft technology, specifically Outlook®, Office 365™ and Exchange™. Exclaimer’s patented solutions include market-leading email signature software, next generation email archiving, an advanced email auto response system, business grade anti-spam, email image analysis technology and more.

Exclaimer has over 47 million users worldwide with a diverse customer base including such renowned international organisations as Lloyds TSB Bank PLC, Sony®, Mattel®, Morgan Stanley, the Council of the City of Sydney, NBC, the Government of Canada, the BBC and many more organisations of all sectors and sizes.

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