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RightFrom for Microsoft Outlook


Updated: 16-April-2016
 
There is another group mailbox-related utility here: UniSent

Suppose that Microsoft® Outlook® user John Doe has access to his personal mailbox and to the additional mailboxes (usually "Info" <info@company.com>, "Sales" <sales@company.com> etc.) on the Exchange server. To send a new email as Sales, John Doe should populate the From: field with "Sales" manually.
RightFrom automates the filling the From: field based on the currently selected mailbox.
Also RightFrom utility can associate the signatures with the mailboxes. When John Doe navigates to Sales mailbox and clicks the "New message" button, the From: field will be populated automatically with "Sales" and the salesperson (non-default) signature will be added to the message automatically too.
 
Review these articles:    
Allowing Users to Access Multiple Mailboxes or Creating a Group Mailbox
How to Add Another Person's Mailbox to Your Outlook Profile
 
Current versions:    RightFrom2010 ver 1.0.0.9.    RightFrom2013 ver 1.0.0.9.

Installation

 #   To Do 
  Outlook 2010   Outlook 2013/2016  
 1.  Download RightFrom2010-Demo.zip archive file   Download RightFrom2013-Demo.zip archive file  
 2.  Unpack RightFrom2010-Demo.zip   Unpack RightFrom2013-Demo.zip  
 3.  Exit Outlook in case it is running.  
 4.  If you run 32-bit Outlook, execute RightFrom2010Setup_per-user32(DEMO).msi, otherwise execute RightFrom2010Setup_per-user64(DEMO).msi   If you run 32-bit Outlook, execute RightFrom2013Setup_per-user32(DEMO).msi, otherwise execute RightFrom2013Setup_per-user64(DEMO).msi  
 5.  After completing the installation start Outlook.  
 6.  Click File -> Options -> Add-ins.
Select "COM add-ins" in the Manage: listbox (at the bottom of the page) and click Go button.
 
RightFrom2010 installation picture (Outlook 2010)  
  You will see checked "RightFrom2010" in the list there.  

RightFrom software is distributed as a set of .msi packages and thus can be deployed to computers or users in the organization using Windows Group Policy Software Installation.

Testing

Let's suppose that the primary mailbox name is "John Doe" and SMTP address is "JDoe@domain.com" and the additional mailbox name is "testuser1" and SMTP address is "testuser1@domain.com".

  1. Run Outlook, navigate to testuser1 Inbox and click "New E-mail" button to create a new message. Enable From: field. Make sure that From: field is auto-populated with "testuser1@domain.com".

    RightFrom 2010 testing picture 1 (Outlook 2010)

  2. Click File -> Options -> Mail -> Signatures. Create 4 different signatures and name them as "JohnDoeNew", "JohnDoeReply","Testuser1New" and "Testuser1Reply". Set the signature for new messages to "JohnDoeNew" and the signature for replies and forwards to "JohnDoeReply". Click OK button.

    RightFrom 2010 testing picture 2 (Outlook 2010)

  3. Click File -> Options -> Add-ins -> Add-In Options. Select RightFrom tab. Click on "Mailbox - testuser1" in the list of Additional Mailboxes. Using drop-down lists, set the signature for new messages to "Testuser1New" and the signature for replies and forwards to "Testuser1Reply". You will see the text previews of these signatures in the appropriated textboxes. Click Apply button. Click OK button to exit Options.

    RightFrom 2010 testing picture 3 (Outlook 2010)

  4. Navigate to testuser1 Inbox and click "New E-mail" button to create a new message. Enable From: field. Make sure that From: field is auto-populated with "testuser1@domain.com" and Testuser1New signature is inserted to the message.

    RightFrom 2010 testing picture 4 (Outlook 2010)

  5. Navigate to John Doe's Inbox and click "New E-mail" button to create a new message. Make sure that From: field is auto-populated with "JDoe" and JohnDoeNew signature is inserted to the message.

    RightFrom 2010 testing picture 5 (Outlook 2010)

We have tested RightFrom with Outlook 2010/2013/2016 on Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.

It can run on Outlook 365 also.

Uninstallation

You can uninstall RightFrom using Add/Remove programs in the Control Panel.

About this demo version

RightFrom demo version adds "RightFrom DEMO VERSION" phrase to the Subject line of each message that is created in the additional mailbox.

F.A.Q.

Q. I am about to purchase this product but I wondering regarding updates/patches. What are the policies regarding updates? Do you provide them freely or as a purchase?
A. As a registered user, you will get free updates for one year from the date of purchase.
Once the new version is ready, this information will be e-mailed to all registered users. We will send updates via e-mail to those who request them.

Q.  I have already ordered your software and want to view data relating to my order.
A.  Just visit our Customer Care Center.

Prices

Licensing policy: the product is licensed on a per-computer (sometimes called per-workstation) basis.
If you are running Outlook on Windows Terminal Services or Citrix, you should purchase 10 licenses for each Citrix/TS server or a Site license.

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Site license (Educational)EUR 840.00
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Site license covers a single organization in one location (building complex). If you purchase a site license, you may use the program in an unlimited number of your company's computers within this area.
Enterprise license covers all computers of single organization world-wide. If your company has many branches even with thousands of machines, Enterprise license covers them all.
If you are running Outlook on Windows Terminal Services or Citrix, you should purchase 10 licenses for each Citrix/TS server or a Site license.

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