With the growing interest and usage of Microsoft Teams, people are creating more online meetings than ever. And since you can easily invite others to a Teams meeting using Outlook, that’s what most people do. Did you know that you can easily add a signature to such a meeting invitation? This article shows why you should do it and how.Continue reading "How to add a signature to a Teams meeting request in Outlook"
Targeted email campaigns let you customize your emails depending on your recipients. While the term “targeted email marketing” makes you instantly think of newsletters, there is an easier and more effective way of dealing with targeted email advertising – targeted email signature campaigns. How come, you ask? There are a few reasons. Stay with me to see what those reasons are and how to run targeted campaigns with the help from CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365.Continue reading "How to run targeted email signature campaigns"
Update: This post was updated on July 21, 2020
Dark mode has finally arrived in Outlook & Outlook on the web! At last, you can change the background of emails to a deep dark gray, which most people would call “almost black”. Why is this a feature worth mentioning? Judging from the discussion under the Changing background colors in Outlook article, many people are desperate for this feature. That’s why we wanted to share which versions of Outlook have dark mode available, how it works, and what to keep in mind when using it.Continue reading "Dark Mode in Outlook finally released"
They are the masters of all things Microsoft. They know Azure, Office 365, Exchange, SharePoint and Teams better than most people know the backs of their hands. When you encounter a technical problem, they probably have developed a fix or a workaround for it long time ago. Almost every new feature in Microsoft solutions is meticulously analyzed on their blogs and, quite often, new features are born thanks to their ideas for improvement.Continue reading "Top Microsoft MVPs 2019"
Microsoft Ignite starts in just a moment – November 4, 2019 – at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. As usual, CodeTwo will be there to stay up to date with all the news revealed by Microsoft. We’ll also share what’s new in our email signature management, migration and backup solutions. Join us at booth #2321.Continue reading "Meet CodeTwo at Microsoft Ignite 2019"
CodeTwo Backup solutions provide an easy and reliable way to back up and restore Office 365, Exchange, SharePoint and OneDrive for Business data. The new version of CodeTwo Backup for Office 365 & CodeTwo Backup for Exchange is another step towards providing the most comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solution for your organization. The most important changes introduced with this update are:
- support for Office 365 group mailboxes,
- a new licensing model.
You may already know that each and every component of CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 is monitored 24/7. This is a tiny part of what we do to ensure your email signatures are always there and if any issue arises, it is resolved as quickly as possible. Up until now, all subscribers could see the status of our services in CodeTwo Admin Panel, after logging in.
Now, we have deployed a new, dedicated status page, on which you can check the current state of our services using any device connected to the Internet, with no access restrictions. Read more about it below.Continue reading "CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365: new status page"
We have just released new, updated versions of CodeTwo Backup for Office 365 and CodeTwo Backup for Exchange. The version 2.1 introduces new features, which have been developed in response to your most frequent feature requests, namely:
- SharePoint & SharePoint Online retention and archiving,
- OneNote backup.
Thanks to this update, the program has become an even more complete backup and restore solution for your Office 365 and Exchange organization. Read on to learn more about the newest features.Continue reading "CodeTwo Backup solutions update: version 2.1"
Happy Easter from CodeTwo! We wish you all a great time, regardless of how you decide to spend the upcoming Easter. Let your plans and Easter eggs be 100% Bug Free!
Since Easter Monday is a national holiday in Poland, please bear in mind that our Customer Service Team will not be available on April 22nd. We’ll be back on Tuesday (April 23rd) ready to assist you with any inquiries you might have. Although you will not be able to reach our support at this time, our monitoring team will be there, ensuring all our services are available 24×7.
CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 has gained a new highly demanded feature: ’Manage Signatures App users’. This functionality is now available in all geolocations. Office 365 administrators can now easily delegate email signature management tasks to someone else. Thanks to that, you can make the email signature management workflow much easier. Here are some examples of how you can use it:
- Delegate all email signature management tasks to the marketing department. They will be in charge of choosing the right email signature banner and designing the signature template. You can also add legal department, so that they can make sure that every outbound email gets the right disclaimer and all the company information it requires.
- Chose specific people to manage email signatures in your company. As a global admin, you will also have access to the Manage Signatures App. You can ask other users to save new email signature adding rules in turned off mode. As a result, it will allow you to verify if all conditions and exceptions to rules are well-configured.