I'm using Mozilla Thunderbird over the last 5 years in my life. Just now in my new job place in Hewlett Packard, in order to have well functional mail (with exchange server) – I started using Microsoft Outlook.
Logically a little while after I started my work I have to update my Outlook E-mail signature to reflect my contact details (job position title, email, stand-alone / mobile phone, office address etc.). As of moment of writting I'm using Microsoft Outlook 14.0.6123.5001 (32 bit) part of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010.
Its a kind of irony that I had to use Microsoft products after all these years trying my best to avoid using Microsoft technologies but heh, this is life … Though this article will be a bit trivial I decided to blog it because already I had to change email signature for a 3rd time over the last 3 months and every now and then after a month time I tend to forget how I did it last time.
Here is how I changed Email Signature in Outlook:
1. Click on "New-Email" (located below File menu)
2. Click on "Insert" (menu tab)
3. Click on "Signature"
4. Click on "New" button
As you see Outlook is written in very intelligent manner 🙂
It is possible to have more than one signature and change them every now and then (I guess that's made for Schizophrenic people who like changing their signature a couple of times a day accepting different personalities 🙂 🙂 🙂
For already existing signatures just edit the old one – click on Edit Signature
Perform steps 1-4 in ('Create Signatures') except click "Rename button instead of 'New' and begin typing new name.
Perform steps 1-4 in ('Create Signatures') except click 'Delete" button instead of 'New'.
Highlight signature name you wish to modify under
"Select Signature to Edit" then modify signature.
Click "Save" button to save any signature changes made.