What information should an email signature contain? It is customary that a professional email signature has your full name, your position in the organization as well as contact information. Usually, the contact details are your email address, telephone number and the company’s website. But there is so much more you can (and should) add.
We would like to share a cool trick that will allow you to add another form of contact to your signature, one that is very popular nowadays. See how to add a link that will initiate a direct Teams videocall to you.
Can you enjoy festive celebrations while having a video conference with your colleagues? You betcha! All you need is:
a Christmas tree (Christmas lights are ok, too),
one of the Magi (three’s a crowd),
cameras (you didn’t expect that, right?),
and Yoda… or a Space Shuttle. Or both. Because why not!
We know, year 2020 hasn’t been the smoothest one, but we are keeping the Christmas spirit alive and have high hopes for the next year.
As always, Happy Holidays and a Bug-freeVirus-free New Year from CodeTwo!
Before you go looking for a Magi costume, just to let you know: our tireless Technical Support team will be available until 4 p.m. (CET) on December 24 and from 11 p.m. (CET) on December 27. And then until 4 p.m. (CET) on December 31 and from 11 p.m. (CET) on January 3, 2021.
And, as always, the back-end support and monitoring of our services is running 24/7, so rest assured.
If you are facing the daunting task of migrating your on-premises Exchange organization to the cloud, there is a book we can wholeheartedly recommend that will help you in the process. The book we’re talking about is Conversational Microsoft 365 Migrations by J. Peter Bruzzese (an 8-time Microsoft Office 365 MVP) and it is now available in its 6th edition. Inside you will find information about the native solutions that support migration to Microsoft 365 (Office 365) and how CodeTwo’s migration tool can make the entire process much easier. Interested? Keep reading to find out more about the book and download a free PDF copy.
If you are using our software to manage email signatures and disclaimers in Exchange, then this news is for you. We released a new version of the following products from the CodeTwo Exchange Rules family:
The new version brings significant changes to the Sent Items Update (SIU) service, which now uses the OAuth 2.0 authorization protocol to connect to Microsoft 365 (Office 365). Our Dev team also made improvements to the program’s architecture and introduced several fixes to problems reported by our customers. The installation of the update is mandatory if you are using CodeTwo Exchange Rules (Pro) in a hybrid Exchange environment and optional (but recommended) if you run the program in an on-premises only Exchange environment.
Great news for all admins using CodeTwo Exchange Rules and Exchange Rules Pro to manage their email signatures. We’ve just released CodeTwo Exchange Rules Converter. The tool lets you easily migrate email signature rules and designs defined in the CodeTwo Exchange Rules product family to CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365. If you follow the trend to move your organization from Exchange to the Microsoft 365 (Office 365) cloud, you can move your on-premises email signatures with you and manage them using the software you’re familiar with.
G2, a leading review platform for business software and services, has released its Fall 2020 quarterly market reports based on user ratings. We are excited to inform you that the highest ratings given to CodeTwo solutions have been noticed by G2’s Research team, who awarded us with eleven accolades for CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 and two other for CodeTwo Office 365 Migration.
It’s a new Web Add-in, developed together with Microsoft, that will work with Outlook for Windows, OWA and Outlook for Mac, and add client-side signatures to the email body in real time. This add-in can be deployed from within the Microsoft 365 admin center company-wide, without any user interaction.
See our CEO’s session hosted by the Microsoft Outlook Add-in Team at Ignite:
The add-in is currently in closed beta testing (if you want to take part, contact our Customer Support). Its global release date depends on Microsoft – according to Microsoft’s roadmap it’s Q1 2021 for the monthly channel and Q3 2021 for the semi-annual channel.
Microsoft Ignite 2020 is just around the corner and we have some very exciting things planned for the event. We’ll be joining a session hosted by Microsoft during which we will present a brand new feature for our flagship product, CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365.