Previewing email signatures in Outlook / Outlook for Mac
After CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 Add-in has been deployed to your Office 365, it will be automatically available in your Outlook, no matter if you have a PC or Mac (learn more about the supported platforms). Here, we will show you how to use the add-in in Windows, but it all looks similar in Outlook for Mac.
When you start composing a new email or reply to / forward a message, you can see the server signature preview () button on the ribbon (see Fig. 1.).
Click this button, and the preview pane will appear next to the reading pane (Fig. 2.). The signature preview is based on the rules that apply to your Office 365 (learn more). The contents of the preview pane are refreshed every time you make changes to your email (e.g. add recipients or type any text) so that the preview is always up to date.
You need to add at least one recipient to your email to be able to display the signature preview.
Even if you use different signatures for different recipients or if you have different signatures for new and subsequent emails, the add-in will always display the right signature(s). If you write an email to several recipients to whom different rules apply (e.g. different rules apply to internal and external recipients), the preview pane will show all the signature variants, one below the other (see Fig. 3.).
Find out more about signature rules and conditions
If you want to see the signature preview every time you start composing an email, pin the preview pane to your Outlook, so that it looks as in Fig. 4. (This option might not be available in all Outlook versions.)
If you use Outlook for Mac (Fig. 5.), you can preview email signatures in the same way as described above.
The preview shows only the contents of the signature/disclaimer section of an email. If you define the program to add left/right banners or a top section (header) to messages, these sections will not be previewed. Learn more about changing email layout in the signature editor
In case of any issues with the CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 Add-in, consult this KB article.