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Arfinwulf

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Hello fellas,

I do marketing in an office with several computers conected to a server and I'd like to have a common e-mail signature that Outlook accesses (via the server) everytime someone opens up an e-mail. The purpose in this is that other than contact info I want to change some other info, from time to time, that appears in the signature. My goal is to do this once rather than have to go to everyone's computer and do it one at a time. :tazz:

Is this realistic or am I indulging myself in wishful thinking? LOL!

Cheers,
Arfinwulf.

Edited by Arfinwulf, 29 July 2005 - 06:39 PM.

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Ryan

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Hi, Arfinwulf, welcome to GTG. On Office, 2003 and XP, there is a way to do this. As I do not have a copy of Office 2000 in front of me, I am not sure if you can there. Before you begin, you need to create the signiture you want and save it as a .htm or .html file. I would use either Frontpage or Word to do this.

In OUTLOOK, go to the folowing:

TOOLS > OPTIONS
Click on the "MAIL FORMAT" tab
In the "Signitures" box, click on "SIGNITURES"
In "Create Signiture", click on "NEW"
Type a title for the signiture, and then select "USE THIS FILE AS A TEMPLATE"
Click "BROWSE", and then navigate to where the signiture is stored on the server.
Click on the file, and then click on "SELECT"
In the "Edit" box, you can preview the signiture. Since the file you selected is the way you already want it, you can just click on "FINISH"

At this point, you should be all set. If you need more help on this topic, please respond to this thread. If this issue is resolved, please reposnd to this topic. If you require help for a new topic, please start a new thread.

-rmurphy
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