Multiple Signature Management in Ms-Outlook2003

Posted on 2007-08-06
Last Modified: 2008-03-17
Hello Experts

I m using MS-Outlook 2003 on Windows Xp. i wanted to have multiple e-mail signature. While sending a message i wanted to select any of those. Actually i wanted to have different signature for my Business Mails and personal mails. there is no Built-in option available.

Plz suggest any Vb script which can handle this issue

Thanks in advance

Question by:ahit
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    Expert Comment

    Hi ahit

    There is a built in feature, if you click Insert Signature you can select which Signature you wish to use, assuming of course that you've created alternative Signatures via Tools - Options - Mail Format Tab.


    Author Comment

    dear matrixnz

    thanksfor the reponse but the option u are telling can manage only one e-mail signature. which i m already doing. I want multiple signature which i want to insert option based. Suppose if i m writing to some business contact i want a diffrent signature or if i m writing to any of my friend i want diffrent signature etc.

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    Accepted Solution

    Hi ahit

    I'm a little confused, when I:
    1. Open Outlook 2003
    2. Click Tools
    3. Click Options
    4. Click Mail Format Tab
    5. Click Signatures...
    6. Click New
    7. Enter a name for your new signature: for e.g. Personal
    8. Select Start with a blank signature
    9. Click Next
    10. Create a Personal Signature
    11. Click Finish
    12. Keep repeating Steps 6-11 to create multiple signatures.
    13. Click OK
    14. Select "Signatures for new messages:" <None>
    15. Select "Signatures for replies and forwards: <None>
    16. Click Apply - OK

    When Sending an email:
    Create a new mail message, on completion
    1. Click Insert
    2. Select Signature
    3. Select the appropriate Signature from the list you created previously.


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