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Creating Signatures in Outlook
Posted by Yang, Jeffrey on 27 July 2020 12:47 PM

Attached are some steps (picture form) for creating a signature in both the Outlook Web App and in the desktop application Outlook 2016. Feel free to use the attachments in conjunction with the steps.

Note

> Signatures don't carry over from one another

>> How the end-users want their signatures to look isn't for IT to design

 

For OUTLOOK 2016

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Begin by opening up the Outlook 2016 desktop application

1) Click on the "File" tab just above the banner

2) Select "Options" on the left-hand side panel

3) Select "Mail" in the Outlook Options window that pops up

4) Under the section "Compose messages" you should see a "Signatures..." button, please click on this

5) Create a "New" signature and give it a name

6) Click "Ok"

7) Create your signature and then click "Save" when done

8) You can set new messages and/or replies/forwards to include your signature. Click on the drop-down menu to select which signature you wish to use.

9) Click on "Ok" at the bottom to finish the process.

When you open up a new e-mail you should see your signature automatically in place.

 

For Outlook Web App

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Begin by signing in to your e-mail through "exchange.msmc.edu"

1) At the top-right click on the "Options" drop down

2) Select "See all Options..."

3) Select "Settings" on the panel to the left

4) Create your signature here, and make sure to tick off the box "automatically include my signature on messages I send"

When you open up a new e-mail you should see your signature automatically in place.

 



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 signature in outlook 2016.png (322.37 KB)
 signature in owa.png (158.69 KB)
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