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Signature Files and OutLook 2000


I work with a LAN - server and 12 Users.

Until the present time the company has not adopted a common set of documents/protocols/etc.  We have designed a common signature file with Disclaimer etc.  I have made this file the default template for new signatures.  The template is stored on the Server [in HTM format].

When creating a signature for each User I can point to the template and modify it for individuals [phone nums etc].  The resulting HTM file is stored in Windows/Application Data/Microsoft automatically.

I wish to place that file on the Server also, still retaining functionality.  Is this possible?

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The following is for Outlook 97 and I couldn't find an equivalent for Outlook 98/2K:

I suspect that if you change the "8.0" to "9.0" that it might work for 2K.  (Outlook 98 still uses the 8.0 registry hive.)

You can also get this article by sending an E-mail with a subject of "Q167397" (without the quotes) to mshelp@microsoft.com.

TigerManAuthor Commented:
OK, so I poked around the article, and it didn't apply exactly.  However it provided the impetus to implement something like what I was looking for.


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