[Update]: This article was first published on January 26, 2021. It’s been updated to present the new way for setting up gender pronouns with our User attributes manager.
Gender pronouns are becoming an essential part of every professional email communication and companies now tend to include gender information in their email signature policy. In this article we’ll highlight the importance of gender pronouns and show you how to use them in email signatures in your organization.
Thanks to excellent customer reviews and ratings on trustradius.com, one of the most prominent software review sites, CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 won the annual award for the highest scored solution in the Email Signature Software category.
[Update]: This article was first published on April 23, 2018. It’s been updated with new examples and solutions for managing out of office messages across company.
Have you ever wondered what to write in your out of office messages? You have come to the right place! Sometimes it is just difficult to think of a perfect text for your out of office, right off the bat. That is why we thought it would be nice to share some good out of office examples and inspirations. Below you will find sample messages for any occasion. But first, let’s look at the basic information you should always (conditions apply!) have in your out of office message and which you should avoid.
P.S. The guide below is focused on good examples of out of office messages. If you want to learn more about managing automatic responses in Microsoft 365, see our in-depth guide.
[Update]: This article was first published on June 4, 2020. It was updated due to changes concerning Outlook roaming signatures feature development.
Microsoft is going to introduce roaming signatures, a new feature for Outlook for Windows. The new feature changes “Roaming signatures” or Signature cloud settings is a long-awaited feature for Outlook for Windows. The new feature was meant to change the way Outlook email signatures are stored. Instead of storing them on a local drive (ironically, in roaming user profiles), signatures would be moved to the cloud – to a user’s mailbox. The change would make signatures available on all devices running Outlook for Windows that have been configured with this user’s email account. As there is a lot of inaccurate information regarding the feature, let’s explain what this feature really is, when to expect it, and whether it affects CodeTwo solutions at all.
With the arrival of spring, G2 published their quarterly software rankings, in which CodeTwo solutions continue to hold the highest positions. Besides the leadership of CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 in the Email Signature Software category, G2 also awarded CodeTwo’s signature and mail flow management tool for Exchange Server and our Microsoft 365 migration software.
CodeTwo has reached another milestone as a software company: our products are now used by over 100,000 businesses from 150+ countries! Millions of users worldwide benefit from our email signature & branding management, data migration and backup solutions for Microsoft 365 and Exchange.
We’ve released a new version of the modern Signatures Web Add-in for Outlook & OWA. The update brings unified add-in experience in all signature modes (including signature preview in the cloud mode) and Outlook for Mac support. Now you have one add-in to rule them all!
We’re excited to announce CodeTwo has just been assessed against cyber threats and certified by Cyber Essentials, a UK Government-backed, industry-supported scheme overseen by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
It’s now easier than ever to manage contact information (Azure Active Directory attributes) that appears in email signatures and auto replies generated by CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365. Your IT admins no longer have to handle everything via organization’s Azure AD – we’ve got you covered with a sleek new attribute management page. You can even create custom attributes and let end users manage their signature information on their own!