One of the major features of CodeTwo Exchange Rules is that it inserts personalized sections such as signatures, legal notes, disclaimers, promo banners, etc. into emails. For the program to add these actions, you need to create a rule that will include the Insert disclaimer and / or Insert signature action and create your personalized email section (e.g. a signature) within this action. The software comes with a built-in Editor (Fig. 1.) to help you compose signatures, disclaimers and other personalized email sections.

Editor - main window with sample signature
Fig. 1. CodeTwo Editor.

The Editor is a standalone application with a user-friendly interface. The application's window (Fig. 1.) contains an editable field used to compose a signature and built-in (uneditable) sample message components (original message, conversation thread). The alignment of these sections may vary depending on the action. For example, when composing a signature, the editable field is in the center (Fig. 1.) of the Editor's window.

To learn about all the features available in the Editor, see the User's manual of CodeTwo Editor.

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Template library - this article describes the library that includes the ready-made signature / disclaimer templates that may be used straightaway instead of creating new templates from scratch.

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