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    Outlook - Signatures

    Hello,

    I use outlook express for all my email accounts, just wanted to know if its possible to add a signature at the bottom of my emails, but only for a certain email account and not the others?

    Any help or advise would be most appreciated!

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    Select a Default Email Signature in Outlook Express

    To access Outlook Express' signature options, go to Tools > Options in Outlook Express' main window; once the Options dialog opens, click on the Signatures tab.

    Selecting a default email signature in Outlook Express

    Before we go on to tweaking Outlook Express' options for automatically inserting signature, you need to determine which of your signatures should be the default.

    This only applies if you have created at least two email signatures in Outlook Express; otherwise, the single signature can, by definition, only be the default.

    Note that you can always override the default signature by manually inserting another instead.

    Select the signature you would like as default, and click the Set as Default button.

    Automatically insert signatures into your emails

    Automatically Insert Your Default Email Signature

    Outlook Express can automatically insert your default signature whenever you send an email; to enable automatic email signatures, look at the first section of the Signature tab, from Outlook Express' Options dialog: it is labeled "Signature Settings".

    Email signature settings in Outlook Express

    Both signature options are disabled by default.

    Check the "Add signatures to all outgoing messages" checkbox: it instructs Outlook Express to always append your default signature to emails.

    By default, Outlook Express only adds a signature to brand new emails. However, always including your signature (typically containing contact information) is more practical for your email recipients: uncheck "Don't add signatures to Replies and Forwards" to always include a signature.
    Associating email signatures with email accounts in Outlook Express

    Associate email signatures to email accounts in Outlook Express

    Since Outlook Express allows you to have multiple email accounts per identity (or "profile"), it also lets you associate signatures with email accounts.

    Example: you have a professional and a personal email signature; to ensure that the proper email signature is inserted, you should associate your professional signature with your business email account, and your personal signature with your private email account.

    Associating email signatures with email accounts
    Still from the Signatures tab of Outlook Express' Options dialog, select one of your email signatures, and click the Advanced button under the Edit Signature section.

    This will open the Advanced Signature Settings dialog, which lists all your Outlook Express email accounts:

    Advanced email signature settings in Outlook Express

    The message reads: "Check the account(s) for which you would like to use signature [Signature Name]. Only one signature may be selected for an account, and accounts with no signature will use the default signature".

    Basically, associating signatures with email accounts overrides the global default signature; by the same token, each email account can only have one email signature associated with, which does not prevent you from ever manually inserting an other signature.

    From:
    http://www.freeemailtutorials.com/ou...reSettings.cwd

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    Excellent, thank you very much for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razor View Post
    Excellent, thank you very much for your help.
    Glad to help and have you as a member of our forum. If you need any more support or just want to shoot the breeze we're here for either!

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