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Posted on 2002-07-25
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Ex groupwise users want to be able to add a signature of their choosing when they send a mail. Outlook only allows this choice when you use tools/options. Anyone know of a way to be prompted when you go to send it - aka groupwise For me this was it's only strongpoint :o)
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If you create more than one signature, consider selecting “none” as default; then you can select the appropriate signature to load while in a new email message form.

To pick a signature:

• Click on Insert
• Click on Signature
• Click on the “signature of your choice”
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