Instead of creating new signature/disclaimer templates from scratch, you can choose it from the variety of predefined templates and adjust it to your needs. The ready-made templates are available via the template library (Fig. 1.), which is an integral part of the template editor.
Apart from using the predefined templates, you can also save your own templates to the library. Such custom templates will be available only to you, as they are created per user account. If you want to learn how to share them, consult this article.
You can access the template editor from the Administration Panel after adding one of the following actions:
to your rules and clicking Edit. If you have not created any signature yet, the editor opens with the template library. Use the checkboxes on the right (see Fig. 1.) to display templates for the selected category or simply select the Categories checkbox to display all available templates.
You can also access the template library any time later by clicking the Open button on the editor's ribbon (Fig. 2.).
Fig. 2. Opening the template library from the editor.
Learn more about using the template library in the CodeTwo Template editor - User's manual.
To be able to access and use the ready-made templates, you need to first allow CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro to download them, as shown in Fig. 3. Otherwise, no templates will be listed in the template library window.
Template editor - learn more about the built-in editor that lets you create signatures, disclaimers and other email sections.
CodeTwo Exchange Rules Converter - find out how to migrate your custom templates saved in the template library to Office 365 (Microsoft 365) and use them with CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365.
Unsubscribe mechanism - this article describes how to configure the program to include the unsubscribe link into the outgoing messages to let the recipients unsubscribe from the mailing list.