The email smart badge is designed to be added to your email footer or signature.
Once you have adjusted all the settings so that the preview shows the smart badge correctly for your requirements, copy all the code from the box using the 'copy' button. You can also use the Email option to send the code to your colleagues to add to their email signatures.
Manually highlighting the code in the box and copying using your keyboard shortcut doesn't always work. It really is best to use the 'copy' button provided!
Depending on the email system you use, there are different ways to add the smart badge to your email footer or signature.
If you use webmail, i.e. a web browser to read and send email, you should find the online signature settings and pastethe code copied from BlockMark Registry into the content area. This should render the smart badge image along with any other information you have in your signature. You may have to begin composing a new message inorder to see the signature file and smart badge in situ.
In the signature preview box on Apple Mail (right hand box) you will only see a box as a placeholder of where the smart badge will be displayed. However, when you next compile a new email, the correct image should be displayed.
For more information about Apple Mail signature settings, please consult their resource:
https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/mail/mail11943/mac#:~:text=messages you send.-,In the Mail app on your Mac%2C choose Mail > Settings,menu%2C then choose a signature.
Unfortunately, Microsoft have made it rather difficult to add image code to a signature file.
Create a new signature file in Outlook with a name like ‘newsig’. If you unsure how to do this, please consult Microsofts instructions which depend on which version of Outlook you are using: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/create-and-add-an-email-signature-in-outlook-776d9006-abdf-444e-b5b7-a61821dff034
When you create the new signature, a file will be saved in the following location on your machine:
Using File Explorer on Windows, navigate to the path above where you will see the file (newsig). Open it with Notepad (by right clicking on the file, selecting ‘open with’ and then selecting ‘Notepad’).
Delete all the text that is in it by default, and then simply paste the code copied from BlockMark Regsitry.
Save the file and when you now compose a new email message in Outlook with this signature, it should display the badge.
If required, edit the signature to add any other text and customisation as normal by following Microsoft’s instructions in the following article: