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Can someone tell me where the physical location of a signature created in OWA would reside? :tazz:
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signature? like the text added to every email such as name address and phone number kind of signature?
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signature? like the text added to every email such as name address and phone number kind of signature?

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Yes. You add it in the options tab, then you save it. Where is that stored?
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i found mine in "C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures" where %username% is your username
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i found mine in "C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures" where %username% is your username

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That is for the outlook client. The OWA signature is stored somewhere else.
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I have cleared/checked cookies on my local computer, checked the server for files modified when my signature was created, and checked the same on my computer.

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wel...not really anything that you haven't tried.(to my knowledge). i assume you did a search for the file name.* i think it saves them in htm or html format. the file gets saved with the name of the signature. and you said you checked the server so...it shouldn't be that.
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Yup...Tried searching both my computer and the server. I am about to yank out my hair. Someone help prevent me from going bald! :tazz:
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you could always call microsoft tech "un-support"
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I don't know if I have ever heard of that. The only one I know is where they charge you $250.
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that's what i'm saying....they are Unsupportive
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I figured that was a poke at Microsoft. LOL
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ttt
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