HTML Email Signature - Outlook

HTML Email Signature - Outlook

By Daniel Caspi

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2016-04-18
  • Current Version: 1.3.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 274.61 kB
  • Developer: Daniel Caspi
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.8 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 49 Ratings

Description

Neither Microsoft Outlook 2011 and 2016 offer creation of email signatures from HTML. Only a rich-text editing box is provided, without the ability for more customization. HTML Email Signature - Outlook enhances these capabilities by allowing customized creation of email signatures from HTML. Simply type in a name for your signature, add your HTML, and your signature is created! A button to preview the HTML is also available. ** READ BEFORE PURCHASING ** - Valid HTML must be provided. This is not a design utility. Issues with formatting and/or appearance of the final signature are directly tied to the HTML code. - An installed version of Microsoft Outlook (2011 or 2016) is required for this application to function.

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Reviews

  • Did Not Address My Issue

    1
    By BEHJR
    I purchased this thinking this would solve an issue we are having with Outlook not embedding our company logo with our siganture blocks. Its doesnt. Email receiptents are still not able to see the logos…they just get an “?” or “x” where the logo should appear….
  • Does what it says!

    5
    By affine
    Super simple utility but works great. They warn you about needing to know HTML but if you have a signature in Word already formatted, it offers an option to copy as HTML and create the tags for you. Create your signature as you want it to look in Word first then copy it in as HTML (paste and select the option to copy as HTML) and take a look at the preview and it will be the same. Easy to use and looks great. Make sure in “Composing” preferences in Outlook for Mac that you also have it set to use HTML as the default for new emails or it will show as plain text.
  • Great Little Tool

    5
    By saschmitz
    I use Email Siganture Rescue (ok app) and this is ESSENTIAL for 2016 Outlook (mac) integration. Works great though!
  • Stop the Nagging Screen!

    1
    By TexasCrafter
    You pay for this app - which does what it says it does - but then it nags you every.single.use for a rating. Better be free if you’re gonna stay in my face like that. So, 1 star because it’s a PIA.
  • Doesn’t do anything you can’t do on your own

    1
    By Dharmalarm
    The description of this app gives the impression that it supports HTML formatting beyond what Outlooks signature interface offers. When I previewed my signature in the app it looked perfect. But the signature it created in Outlook looks horrendous. Absolutely none of the formatting gets applied. What waste of $3.
  • Close but no cigar...

    2
    By tune-o-crat
    I bought this app in the hopes it would solve the stupid email signature formatting problem that exists in Outlook 2016. It almost did. It did indeed allow me to make the main part of my signature look like I intended it to, but doesn’t allow me to embed an animated GIF. That’s what I really needed and as such I continue my search for a way to fix this annoying and ridiculous problem.
  • Solves a big problem

    5
    By LAITGUY78
    CCO of a major client was really mad we could not get HTML siganture to work without embedding images. This program enabled us to use our HTML with linked images and saved the day. Literally save hours and hours of work.
  • Embedded images lost

    3
    By Yuri I.
    Works not bad, but embedded image got lost in converted signature
  • Fantastic and JUST WHAT I NEEDED!

    5
    By IPnetGeek
    This utility is fantastic. I was able to get my signature to look right on OWA and Windows, but Outlook 2016 for Mac never worked right. I followed a bunch of articles instructing how to edit files buried in ~/Library, but none worked. Thirty seconds after launching this utility, all was fixed. Thank you for such a great tool!
  • Really?

    1
    By moosh74
    What a waste of money. All this app does is exactly what copy and paste in Outlook does. It doesn’t retain any more formatting that a simple copy and paste. Not so impressed.

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