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Quick Tip- How To Use The 33-Character Alphanumeric Code At The Bottom Of Your E-mail

 In today’s Quick Tip we are demonstrating what to do with the 33-character alphanumeric security code located within the email inviting you to electronically sign a document.

When you receive an email inviting you to e-sign a DocuSign document, you will notice a string of letters and numbers appearing in a box at the bottom of the email. 

These letters and numbers are the unique security code identifying the documents you are being asked to sign. By using this code you will be able to securely access, sign, save, and print the documents.

*Important: You will be unable to access the documents by entering this security code in a search bar. You must go the DocuSign website and the Access Documents link.

Step 1: Go to www.DocuSign.com

Step 2: At the top of the page, next to Login, click Access Documents.

Step 3: Copy the security code from the email and it into the Security Code textbox, and then click Go.

The document associated with this unique security code opens. You can now sign, download and save, print, and perform "More" actions on the document depending on the permissions the sender has given you.

This unique security code is an easy, convenient, and secure way that DocuSign is facilitating digital transaction management for users anywhere, anytime, on any device.

Happy DocuSigning!

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