attach HTML signature block

Posted on 2008-11-19
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I need to add a html signature block to outlook. I understand that pasting all the files in C:\Documents and Settings\{your username}\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures should resolve it. But when i go to C:\Documents and Settings\{your username}\Application Data\Microsoft\ there is no Signature folder.
I am using VISTA and outlook 2007 and exchange. All the emails are stored in the exchange server. Do i need to make any configs in exchnage server to make the address block work?
Question by:Herci
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    Ohh works sweet. That was spot on. Thanks for the help.
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    by:Chris Bottomley
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