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Force HTML Signature

This allows you to have signatures on any email without any limitations of email being only text or RTF format etc. If no email convert option is selected, then only HTML emails will have HTML signatures. Text emails will have text signatures and RTF will not have any signature. You have to convert RTF email to HTML email to the add signature.

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Convert plain text email to HTML

Choosing this option will convert any text emails sent to HTML email and email will contain both text and HTML signatures. If the receiver's email client supports HTML email, HTML signature will be shown. If it only supports text format, then text signature will be shown instead. Click the 'Save changes' button to save.


Convert RTF email to HTML

Step 1: To convert the RTF email to HTML format select the Convert RTF email to html option. In the convert RTF Mail to HTML wizard click the 'Next' button.

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Step 2: A one time use authorization code will be generated. Copy the 'Code' provided and click 'Authorize' to open a Microsoft Sign in page.

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Enter the copied code in space provided and sign in as a global admin of your Office 365 tenant. On successful sign in, close the sign-in page and return to the Sigsync Dashboard. You will be automatically taken to the next step.

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Authorization is required to convert RTF mail to HTML. Sigsync uses secure OAuth 2.0 authentication. None of your credentials are used or stored anywhere.

Step 3: Click the 'Convert' button to convert any RTF emails to HTML. This email will contain both text and HTML signatures. If the receiver's email client supports HTML email, HTML signature will be shown. If it only supports text format, then text signature will be shown instead.

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Wait for a few minutes and the process will complete. That’s it! Your RTF emails to HTML conversion is successful. Click the 'Continue' button.

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Note: If you have done manual configuration instead of automatic, you will have to run a command in powershell to convert RTF email to HTML email. Read more


Convert all email to HTML

Step 1: To convert all your emails to HTML format select the Convert all email to html option. In the convert RTF Mail to HTML wizard click the ‘Next’ button.

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Step 2: A one time use authorization code will be generated. Copy the 'Code' provided and click 'Authorize' to open a Microsoft Sign in page.

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Enter the copied code in space provided and sign in as a global admin of your Office 365 tenant. On successful sign in, close the sign-in page and return to Sigsync Dashboard. You will be automatically taken to next step.

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Authorization is required to convert all emails to HTML. Sigsync uses secure OAuth 2.0 authentication. None of your credentials are used or stored anywhere.

Step 3: Click the 'Convert' button to convert all emails sent to HTML email. This option is useful, when you are using multiple platforms to send emails. Mobile, Desktop Outlook, Outlook web can send emails in different formats based on their settings. So, to make sure all emails have an HTML signature, you can choose this option to convert all emails to HTML format.

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This will enable the email to support HTML signatures which contain images and styles. This is available only if the receiving email client also supports HTML emails. If it only supports text format, then a text signature will be shown instead.

Wait for a few minutes and the process will complete. That’s it! All your email will be converted to HTML successfully. Click the 'Continue' button.

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Note: If you have done manual configuration instead of automatic, you will have to run a command in powershell to convert RTF email to HTML email. Read more

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