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One of my jobs in the company I work with is to make sure everyone has the correct up to date email signature. Every time we update our signature, I have to create the updated ones, and then deploy them. Creating them is not an issue, it doesn't take long. But deploying them is another question altogether, as I have to remote on to all the machines (I don't have physical access to all).

I deploy the email signatures by copying the .htm, .txt, and .rtf into the User/AppData/Roaming/Microsoft/Signatures folder.

So I'm looking for the best solution for this, which could come in one of three forms:

  • A signature manager, specifically designed for this.

  • A plugin for Outlook

  • A mutli-computer file syncing program

Or if you can suggest a better solution please do.

A couple of points:

  • All machines are running Windows 10 Pro & Outlook 2013 or 2016

  • Preferably , or lowish cost (I'm looking to make my job easier, so I will be paying for this, not the company)

I did find this question (Email signature creator) on here, but it's more about creating them, and also does not have an answer.

  • Tools exist such as Rocketseed but their pricing is on your request. – DankyNanky Apr 7 '18 at 13:07
  • My work place puts all kinds of notices at the bottom/top of outgoing emails, server side. No reason your users couldn't simply have their constant info (name, email, phone, whatever) followed by a server-added corporate block.... – ivanivan Jul 2 '18 at 22:35
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If you really just need to push the file to several computers, then maybe a PowerShell script to do exactly that would be enough?

$Session = New-PSSession -ComputerName TargetMachine -Credential $cred
Copy-Item -Path C:\localfile.txt -Destination C:\remotefile.txt -ToSession $session

This needs PowerShell 5, apparently. And you probably want a loop of some sort to do it for all the target machines.

  • I had thought of this, but not quite sure how it would work. Can you provide an example please? Your answer right now is not really up to the quality expected on SE - it would have been better as a comment. – CalvT Apr 23 '18 at 14:45

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