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Signature Button in Lotus Notes 8.5

nwd-microage
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Hi ,

I've created a signature from HTML and it works perfectly, I just do not want to attach the signature to all emails, but just the ones that I select, is it possible to have a button on the toolbar that will apply the Signature set in "Mail Preferences" ?

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Sure,

Just click in the body of your email, then click the More button on the action bar, then click Insert Signature from the menu.

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Commented:
Sorry, I meant, is there a way or a script that can be done to avoid 2 clicks ?
Sure,

For this, use the Stationary feature.

Go to "Tools \ Stationary" from the email navigator, then click "New \ Stationary - Memo".

Fill out the form so that it displays the signature that you want to use.

Now, whenever you want to compose a new memo with the signature, you just need to select "Tools \ New Memo - Using Stationary" from the inbox rather than "New Memo".

This is also handy if you want to use different signatures to respond to different people.

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Commented:
That could work, but I was looking for a way to simply click one button and it would automatically add the signature that is defined in the Mail Preferences. It's a question of saving time as opposed to click 2 or 3 times.
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