How to save a signature as a template
You want to save the signature you’re working on as a template so that you can use it again in the future.
Saving signatures as templates is a simple way to reduce the time spent on creating multiple signatures that do not differ much. It also allows you to easily restore the signature to its saved version in case of any unwanted modifications.
All the programs from the CodeTwo Exchange Rules software family are equipped with a Template Library that contains several predefined templates and can also store your custom templates.
To save a signature as a template, follow the instructions for your version of the program:
- CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro 2.x | 2019 1.x | 2016 1.x | 2013 2.x | 2010 3.x | 2007 4.x
- CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro 1.x | 2013 1.x | 2010 1.x and 2.x | 2007 2.x and 3.x
Note that if you're using multiple Administrator Panels in your environment, each Panel will have its own Template Library. Templates stored in one instance of the Template Library will not be synchronized across all the Panels.
Learn how to sync signature templates across mutliple Administration Panels
All the newer versions of CodeTwo Exchange Rules feature a Template Library button located on the Editor’s toolbar. Click it to open an additional menu and choose Save as template (Fig. 1.).
Now, if you choose Load template (either in the Editor or the Actions tab), your custom signature will be available on the list of templates, along with the predefined templates.
To export the current signature to the Template Library, click the CodeTwo button in the left top corner of the Editor and choose the Export signature to library option (Fig. 2.).
To import the template into an empty signature, click the Library tab, select the template from the list on the left and click Load template (Fig. 3.).
If you prepared a template in the HTML format, you can use the CodeTwo button to load it into the Editor. To do so, choose the Import signature from disk option (Fig. 4.).