Signatures for 2 accounts in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2011-10-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have 2 accounts in Outlook and I have a signature for each one. In Tools, Options, Mail Format I selected each account and selected the right signature but when I open a new email and select the other account the signature doesn't change.
The signatures are the same exact text except for the address.
Question by:calitech
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    In 2007 and 2010 this is very easy! But here's the solution for Outlook 2003:

    First create two templates - blank email messages with the signature at the bottom(one template per signature) - save them as .oft files
    Now, when you create a new email message, select the template according to which signature you want to use.
    Microsoft have a guide on this here: New email templates

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