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I have 2 mailboxed in Outlook 2007 - one is my main mailbox, the other is a shared "group mailbox".  I have 2 signatures defined.  One signature is the dafault signature that I use for my main mailbox.  The other is a signature that I use when sending mail from the shared mailbox.  Right now, I have to manually pick the appropriate signature for the shared mailbox any time I reply to mail in that mailbox or draft a new message from that mailbox.  Is there a way to script this using a macro?  Thanks.
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Hi - I don't know of a way to script that, but there's an easy way to pick the alternate signature.

In the area where the main signature appears, just right click that signature, and the choices of signatures that you're set-up appears.  It's pretty quick to change your sig that way, and saves lots of clicks by going through the menus.

Hope that helps.
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That is a cool feature, but I was hoping to find a way to have it automatically choose the right signature when I click reply to a mailnote in that alternate mailbox.  I've seen scripting do some pretty cool things, so I'm guessing that this might be possible.  Thanks!
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