Exchange/Office/Microsoft 365 with Add-in: integration overview
Learn how you can manage company-wide signatures through the Outlook Add-in
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Written by Kate | NEWOLDSTAMP
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Newoldstamp connects to Microsoft 365 Active Directory with the help of Graph API which allows creating signatures based on the employee's information in Active Directory. The signatures can then be deployed to the employee's Outlook apps using Microsoft Add-in.

Here are 4 main steps to make the company email signatures work through the integration:

Step 1. Set up an integration with Microsoft 365 Active Directory. This guide will help you with the necessary steps: How to register the Microsoft Graph App On Microsoft Azure Active Directory.

Step 2. Deploy Office add-in centrally to the users in your organization by installing it through the Microsoft AppSource. Outlook Add-in will place the signature into the email whenever a new email is composed.

Step 3. Create signatures for the team using AD import, CSV upload, or fill in the information manually.

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