Get Peoples Pictures in Outlook, Sharepoint and Lync easily
With Exclaimer Outlook Photos you can import staff photos into Active Directory image attributes like thumbnailPhoto and jpegPhoto.
Exclaimer Outlook Photos is a fully free product. There's no requirement to license it and we withhold no functionality from the product you download – it's not a free version of the product: the only version is always free.
- Give everyone a photo portrait in the Outlook People Pane, their SharePoint profile and on Microsoft Lync
- We auto-match pictures to names or other data in the Active Directory – matching the user 'Karen Green' with her photo in 'KarenGreen.jpg' so you don't have to
- Don't worry if your photos aren't the right size, we'll automatically crop and center them so you get the right content and the right sized photos
- And it's not just about importing, our familiar and intuitive interface lets you browse everyone's photo and filter for different containers in your AD so you're not overwhelmed if you work in a large organization
Get Peoples Pictures in Outbound Email
Outlook Photos can only add photos to your AD – so someone outside your organization, on a different network altogether, won't be able to see your photo in the Outlook People Pane.
And best of all, you can set rules to decide which emails display photos – so your customer facing staff show a photo but your IT people don't.
And there's No Charge
- There's no requirement to license it and we withhold no functionality from the product you download – it's not a free version: the only version is always free.
- Whether they're in a 100,000-user tech giant or a 20-person consultancy, thousands of admins with a combined total of 3 million users worldwide have relied on Outlook Photos to put photos in the AD.
Turn A Company Into A Community
- In Outlook - Users and groups can get photo portraits in the Outlook Social Connector (sometimes called the Outlook People Pane) in seconds.
- In SharePoint - SharePoint doesn't use the same Active Directory photo field as Outlook – but we support them all, so you can still see each user's portrait in Microsoft's essential collaboration tool.
- In Lync - Give Microsoft's fastest growing unified communication platform a social spin too – with photos next to the user's name in conversations and next to their entry in the contacts list.
- Auto-Match - A 'KarenGreen.jpg' would automatically match to Karen Green's profile, for example, or you can match based on other Active Directory data, not just names – like employee IDs.
- Batch-Import - Whether it's a network folder, flash drive or some other container – we'll grab all your files in one swoop and add them to the Active Directory.
- No Changes Required - Outlook Photos is simply an import tool – we've packed in all kinds of capabilities and functionality we think you'll need, but we never ask you to make adjustments to Exchange, Outlook or any of your resources.
With Active Directory Integration
- Auto-Crop Photos - We know you don't want to manually edit hundreds or thousands of staff photos – so we can automatically crop the photo to fit the Outlook People Pane for you.
- Check Existing Photos - Some staff may already have a photo in the AD – and maybe you want it to fit the new photos everyone else is getting – or maybe you'll want to update everyone's photo again: we've provided features just for that.
On More Than Internal Mail
- To External Contacts - If the recipient of your email isn't on your domain, he won't see all those photos you've added. So in a way, Outlook Photos can only show photos to coworkers – but signature software can.
- With Complete Control - All coworkers with Outlook 2010, SharePoint and Lync can see photos – but the rules engine in our signature software can display different content for different contacts.
- Install Anywhere - Download it on your desktop and do everything from there – we know you don't want unnecessary software tacked onto valuable utilities, so you can use Outlook Photos from nearly any PC on your network.
- Apply Anywhere - You might have remote users working over a VPN or logging into SharePoint over the web – it all works. They'll still get the same functionality you get in the office.
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x86 or x64 architecture-based computer. Intel Itanium family IA64 processors are not supported.
x64 architecture-based computer. Intel Itanium family IA64 processors are not supported.
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• Windows Server 2003 x86 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Server 2003 R2 x86 and x64 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Server 2008 x86 and x64 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Server 2008 R2 x86 and x64 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Small Business Server 2003 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Small Business Server 2008.
• Windows Small Business Server 2011.
• Windows XP x86 and x64 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Vista x86 and x64 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows 7 x86 and x64 (including all service pack levels).
• Windows Server 2012 x64.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 x86 and x64
Microsoft .NET Framework
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
Microsoft Exchange Server
Microsoft Exchange 2010 RTM and above
Domain and Forest functional level of Windows Server 2008 and above. For Domain or Forest functional level of Windows Server 2003, the Windows Server 2008 Forest preparation must first be complete.