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Outlook 2003 Signiature Problem ?


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Hi Folks .... I'm hoping someone could solve this one for me.

I'm running outlook 2003 with 3 different email accounts. I want a different signiature for each account. The default account signiature works fine but even though i set up the other 2 in the same way i cannot get the other signiatures to work.

Any ideas anyone ??
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g4fne,

If you go to Tools > Options > and then select the tab marked Mail format, you should be able to set signatures on each account from there. You'll see at the bottom of that page that there is a section marked Signatures. Below that, you should see "Select signatures for account:" with a drop-down box next to it. You can choose which account you'd like, and then select which signature you'd like for new mail or for replies and forwards on that account. If you don't yet have a signature, you can click on the Signatures button and set one up from there. I have Outlook 2003 with 3 accounts set up, and this works for me.

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g4fne,

If you go to Tools > Options > and then select the tab marked Mail format, you should be able to set signatures on each account from there. You'll see at the bottom of that page that there is a section marked Signatures. Below that, you should see "Select signatures for account:" with a drop-down box next to it. You can choose which account you'd like, and then select which signature you'd like for new mail or for replies and forwards on that account. If you don't yet have a signature, you can click on the Signatures button and set one up from there. I have Outlook 2003 with 3 accounts set up, and this works for me.


Hi Sari .... Thanks for response ... i have done exactly this & have different signiatures for each & both "signiature for new messages" & "Signiatures for replies & forwards" selected but still nothing shows :) :)
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So you have a default mail account selected, and when you simply choose New message, your signature for that account appears. But when you select a different account to send from by selecting from the Accounts list in a new message, your signature for that Account doesn't appear? Sorry to seem to repeat myself, but I'm just trying to understand exactly what you're doing when you change your signature.

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So you have a default mail account selected, and when you simply choose New message, your signature for that account appears. But when you select a different account to send from by selecting from the Accounts list in a new message, your signature for that Account doesn't appear? Sorry to seem to repeat myself, but I'm just trying to understand exactly what you're doing when you change your signature.

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Hi Sari .... yes thats exactly whats happening
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