What Fonts Are Best For Email Signatures?

You’ve been working with a design agency and created an awesome new email signature which matches your company brand, but now find that the fonts they use only seem to look good on iOS and OSX devices, Windows, and Andriod, however, look terrible. Why and what can be done? Web Safe Fonts The chances are […]

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Should Your Email Signature Include an Animated GIF?

2018 seemed to be the year when everyone added an animated GIFs in their email signatures. We noticed this trend back in 2016 when our local Google representatives email signature included their new logo moving around. This was an excellent good use of the email signature and executed beautifully, in typical Google fashion. Since then […]

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Don’t Add Images to Your Signature

OK, will you let me have a little moan? Why do so many email clients still embed the email signature images within the body of the email? Don’t know what I’m talking about? Take a look at the email below as seen from my Gmail client. Notice that this email has an attachment, “image001.jpg”. This image is […]

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Add Whatsapp to Your Email Signature

Currently, WhatsApp allows you to create a click to chat link. To create your own click to chat link to use in your signature use https://wa.me/<number> where the <number> is a full phone number in international format. Omit any zeroes, brackets or dashes when adding the phone number in international format. For a detailed explanation […]

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Sorry, The Signature is Too Long. Please Try a Shorter Signature

If you’re seeing the following message. Sorry, the signature for [gmail email address] is too long. Please try a shorter signature. Guess what? Your email signature is too long. But what exactly does that mean, and what can you do to resolve it? Within Gmail, your email signature is limited to 10,000 characters. Now that’s a […]

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Mobile-Friendly Email Signatures

56% of emails are now read on a smartphone or tablet device. With the increase of remote and mobile working, consideration must be given to the form factor of these mobile devices when creating the ideal company email signature. Picture perfect Most email signatures will be designed on a PC or Mac where the screen […]

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Google Groups still leaking internal data

Last July, we told you how RedLock researchers discovered that many organisations using Google Workspace had unintentionally exposed internal emails via misconfiguring their Google Groups settings. Unfortunately, almost 12 months later, it seems that Google Workspace administrators are still using misconfigured Google Groups exposing personal and confidential information to the public Internet.

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How to secure your Google Workspace email environment with SPF, DKIM and DMARC

Spammers, hackers and general bad guys can forge the “From” address on email messages to make messages appear to come from someone within your email domain. Google Workspace supports several technologies such as SPF, DKIM and DMARC that can help, however, you need to make sure that they are correctly configured. Check SPF, DKIM and […]

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Optimise your appointment scheduling in 6 simple steps – Google Calendar Sharing

The advent of Google at the onset of the 21 st century has brought about significant changes in the world. Google has made our lives easy and hassle-free. Google Calendar is one such utilitarian tool introduced by Google in 2013 which changed the way we perceived traditional calendars. For professionals who have a hectic life, […]

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Google Group data exposure due to misconfiguration at Weather Company and SpotX

Last week, RedLock identified that many companies running Google Workspace including Weather Company, Fusion Media Group, The Onion, Freshworks, and SpotX were affected by a security issue caused by a misconfiguration of Google Groups.

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