Configuring a full operational service for Signatures for G Suite (overview)

When you are ready to configure a connection between Exclaimer Cloud and G Suite, our intuitive setup wizard will guide you through the process.

Having set up your subscription and launched the product, you can choose to Configure the full operational service or Try out the Signature Designer:


If you choose to Configure the full operational service, you are asked to choose which features you wish to configure:


Options that you choose here determine how the setup wizard progresses - please click the appropriate link below for instructions:

  • Configuring a new subscription for G Suite: Server-side (G Suite) AND Client-side (Gmail). In this mode, signatures can be synchronized to users' computers for use in Gmail, or applied by Exclaimer's cloud service as appropriate. If Exclaimer Cloud processes a message and detects that a signature has been applied via Gmail, it routes the message straight to G Suite, for delivery. Alternatively, if no existing signature is detected and an applicable signature is found, that signature is applied before the message is routed to G Suite, for delivery. 

  • Configuring a new subscription for G Suite: Gmail only. In this mode, signatures are synchronized to users' Gmail. When messages are sent from Gmail, they are sent directly (i.e. they are not routed to Exclaimer Cloud for processing).  

Note: If you choose to configure your email service, it's important to update your SPF record, to ensure that messages processed by Exclaimer Cloud, are not marked as spam. You can do this before or after the configuration - please see: Updating your SPF record for details.

Can I change my configuration later?

If you choose to configure your new subscription for Gmail only, you can add Exclaimer Cloud features later

Haven't found a solution to your problem?

Please click the button below, login to the Exclaimer Cloud portal and raise a support ticket. A member of the Exclaimer Support team will then be in touch.

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