Inserting a signature in an email your are composing
If you'd like to view your signature in your email as you are writing it, you'll need to enable our Insert Signature feature.
1. First you'll need to ensure that you've configured your Microsoft Tenant to allow inserted signatures.
See our article How do I enable the Insert Signature feature in Microsoft Office 365?
When the add-in has been enabled for your users, they will see the Crossware Mail Signature Insert Signature icon in their Outlook and Outlook Web Access (OWA) client.
Outlook 2016 Client
Outlook Web Access
2. Now you can go ahead and insert your signature:
2.1. Enter your recipient in the To
field and the Subject Line.
2.2. Click the Insert Signature icon in your Office 365 email client, and the correct signature will be applied.
2.3. Reapply as needed if you change anything in the Subject Line
field or body which could impact what signature is being displayed (depends on your unique configuration)
3. If you'd like to make any changes to the design or configuration of your inserted signature, please do this via Crossware Mail Signature in your browser. Any changes made to your signature when edited in your email client will not be saved.