New! Display Office 365 email signatures in users’ Sent Items folders

Server-level email signature solutions for Office 365 have several advantages over client-based systems. They are easier to deploy, immune to end-user tinkering, changes are easier to introduce, you don’t have to worry about the variety of email clients and devices in your organization, and so on.

But they also used to have one major drawback – the email signatures were not displayed on the user-end.

Today, we are happy to announce that this is no longer a problem.

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 has just become the first server-level email signature management system for Office 365 to support displaying signatures in users’ Sent Items folders!

Display Office 365 email signatures in users' Sent Items folders

This improvement is part of the latest CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 update. The key features introduced in this rollout are:

Sent Items Update service

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Sent Items Update service

When enabled, it adds proper email signatures to messages located in users’ Sent Items folders across email clients and devices. The process is asynchronous to other processes handled by CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365, which makes it invisible to end users and the organization as a whole. Learn more…

NOTE: Existing users who wish to obtain this feature are asked to send a request to CodeTwo Support.

Template library

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Template library

We have prepared a library of business-friendly email signature templates equipped with Azure AD dynamic fields, social media icons and banner boxes. You can use them as starting blocks to your own designs (in which case CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365’s intuitive WYSIWYG editor will come in handy) or just upload your banners, paste your links and click OK.

Force HTML format

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Converts Plain text emails to HTML

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 can now convert Plain Text messages to HTML on the fly. One click and next thing you know, text emails are stamped with professional email signatures that include logotypes, links, tables, social media buttons, banners and whatever else you can think of.

Processing multiple rules per message

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Processing multiple rules per message

This inconspicuous option is actually a lifesaver when you are dealing with multiple rules that may or may not come into conflict with each other. Define what the application should do when a given rule is or is not applied and you can be sure that your settings will be correctly applied.

Trial now!

Reading about the benefits of an application is one thing, but nothing beats live experience.

To see for yourself how the new features (and the old ones) stand up to the test of a real-life Office 365 email organization, please:

  1. Go to the CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 start page
  2. Create a user account
  3. Add your Office 365 tenant
  4. Click Manage signatures

The trial works for 14 days and does not require credit card details.

In case of any questions, please contact us! We are open 24h Monday through Friday.

CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 is the world-leading and highest rated email signature solution for Microsoft 365 & Office 365. It’s a cloud service deployed on Microsoft Azure in a region of customer’s choice, backed up by world’s only 4-level security system compliant with ISO/IEC 27001 & 27018 and a free 1-year Microsoft 365 data backup service, which makes it the most secure signature software on the market. Our product is co-engineered with Microsoft and awarded by Microsoft for exceptional Customer Experience.

CodeTwo offers solutions for organization-wide email signature management, data backup and migration for Microsoft 365 & Exchange Server, developed for 15 years and used by over 90k organizations worldwide, including Facebook, Samsung and UNICEF.

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