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CodeTwo applications and their permissions in Microsoft 365

Problem:

You have deployed CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 in your organization. Upon reviewing your settings in the Microsoft 365 admin center and the Azure Active Directory admin center, you notice that there is a number of different CodeTwo apps listed there. You would like to learn more about them: when they are created, what permissions they have, etc.

Solution:

During the deployment of CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365, you need to configure various components of the software and grant a number of permissions. All these actions are reflected in Microsoft 365, both on the Integrated apps page in the Microsoft 365 admin center and on the Enterprise applications page in the Azure Active Directory admin center.

By using CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365, you can be sure that your data and the data of your users is completely safe. Our software is designed to meet the highest security, availability and compliance standards. In fact, it is the most secure email signature solution (recommended by Microsoft) and the only one developed in compliance with both ISO/IEC 27001 (information security) and ISO/IEC 27018 (personal data protection in the cloud). It is also protected with a 4-layer security system we’ve been developing for years.

To learn more about the security of CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365, visit this page. And if you would like to see how important security and compliance are to us at CodeTwo, take a moment to check the information available at our Security & Compliance page.

Read on to get the complete list of applications, their permissions, etc. You can also click the links below to go directly to the section that interests you the most:

CodeTwo apps on the Integrated apps page in the Microsoft 365 admin center

In order to access the Integrated apps page to review the CodeTwo apps, perform the following steps:

  1. Log in to the Microsoft 365 admin center.
  2. In the navigation menu on the left, click Show all.
  3. Next, from the same menu, choose Settings > Integrated apps. The page with apps should be displayed, as shown in Fig. 1.

Info

Note that the number of displayed CodeTwo apps may differ depending on how many optional components of CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 you have configured in your organization.

The CodeTwo apps presented on the Integrated apps page.
Fig. 1. The CodeTwo apps presented on the Integrated apps page.

To get detailed information on each application, consult the table below:

Application nameApplication purposeWhen created
CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365To create a link between CodeTwo Admin Panel and your Microsoft 365 tenant. Mandatory componentOn creating a CodeTwo Admin Panel account
CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 Add-inTo preview server-side signatures directly in Outlook’s compose message window. Optional componentOn deploying the signatures preview add-in (CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 Add-in) in the Microsoft 365 admin center
CodeTwo for OutlookTo automatically add a client-side signature in Outlook and OWA. Optional componentOn deploying the modern CodeTwo Signatures Web Add-in for Outlook in the Microsoft 365 admin center

Enterprise applications in the Azure Active Directory admin center

In order to access the Enterprise applications page to review the CodeTwo apps, perform the following steps:

  1. Log in to the Azure Active Directory admin center.
  2. In the navigation menu on the left, click All services, and, on the page that opens, select Enterprise applications (Fig. 2.).

Accessing the Enterprise applications list.
Fig. 2. Accessing the Enterprise applications list.

  1. Now, you will see the list of all enterprise applications that use your Azure AD as identity provider. 

Info

Please note that the number of displayed apps may differ depending on how many CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 optional components you have configured for your organization.

For a greater visibility, you can limit the displayed apps to the CodeTwo ones only by entering the codetwo phrase in the search box just above the apps list (Fig. 3.).

Limiting the list of displayed apps to the CodeTwo apps only.
Fig. 3. Limiting the list of displayed apps to the CodeTwo apps only.

To get detailed information on each application, including its permissions, consult the tables below:

Mandatory components
Application dataApplication purposeWhen created
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office365
URL: https://emailsignatures365.codetwo.com
App ID: ce60db2f-439f-4e45-bfdc-d4c827c1820d
To sign in to the CodeTwo Admin Panel with your organization's account, read signed-in user’s and basic company informationOn creating the CodeTwo Admin Panel account
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365
URL: http://localhost
App ID: cb657bc2-9910-4b9c-82a0-6f4f3a47006b
To enable CodeTwo service retrieve your users’ data from Azure AD to add it to signaturesOn registering your tenant in the CodeTwo Admin Panel
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Manage Signatures App
URL: -
App ID: 7afd058a-f568-4496-96b1-28d06ab3500f
To sign in to the signature management app, read signed-in user’s profile and basic company informationOn logging in to the signature management app for the first time
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 User Logon
URL: http://localhost
App ID: 2a93620e-4345-4e3b-9bae-0195f08aab69
Optional components
Application dataApplication purposeWhen created
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 User Logon
URL: http://localhost
App ID: 9a3a9ad9-f2c3-43f4-9025-95eda26051dd
To associate your Microsoft account with the Manage Signatures App and retrieve your data from Azure AD.On logging in to the desktop application – Manage Signatures App (soon to be deprecated) for the first time
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Signatures Add-in for Outlook WebAPI
URL: -
App ID: 5d54ee70-cf1a-4c03-a34a-fe13b50adc54
To associate your Microsoft account with the add-in, access your email address info, and keep you logged-in in the add-in.On logging in to the classic signatures add-in for Outlook (CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook)
Name: CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 - Signatures Add-in for Outlook
URL: -
App ID: e8fd9c1f-2738-4bb1-9338-9f1ff57ea137
Name: CodeTwo EmailSignatures for Office 365 Sent Items Update
URL: http://localhost
App ID: 3153c72b-35a8-465b-84d8-dfb56651836a
To add signatures to emails in the Sent Items folder.On turning on the Sent Items Update feature in the Admin Panel

 

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