Deploy and Install HTML Email Signatures
Deploying Your HTML Email Signatures via API Key Method
- First, create your HTML email signatures using our Online Editor.
- When you're ready to deploy your HTML email signatures via API key, either email the individual their Signature Key from the Dashboard or email all keys at once using the Email All Keys button.
- The user receives their Signature Key and an email with instructions on how to deploy the signature using the Key with their email client. The signature deployment involves downloading an install-able Windows App, MacOS App or Browser Extension and simply pasting the key in and selecting a few different options.
- When changes or edits are made to email signatures on your Dashboard, these changes will be automatically pushed out to all installed HTML email signatures that are using the Key installation method.
Which email clients currently support Signature Keys?
- Windows 7 & 10
- Outlook 2016
- Outlook 2013
- Outlook 2010 and 2007 may be supported soon.
- Apple Mail
- Outlook Mac 2016
- Outlook Mac 2011
- G Suite
- Outlook Office 365
- Google Inbox
- AOL Mail
- Yahoo Mail
MacOS 10.13 High Sierra, 10.12 Sierra and 10.11 El Capitan
Installing HTML Email Signatures - Manual Installation
If your email client is not on the list above, not to worry! You can still use Email Signature Rescue.
- First, create your HTML email signatures.
- When you're ready to install your HTML email signatures, email the user their HTML email signature file from the Dashboard or email all HTML signature files at once using the Email All HTML Files button.
- The user receives their unique HTML signature file and an email with instructions on how to install the signature in their email client. The signature installation usually involves a simple copy and paste of the HTML signature into their native email client's signature settings. See all email clients supported.