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Change the default and answer signature through vbs

Posted on 2013-01-17
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Greetings,

We got an entry in our vbs login script to copy the signature of someone's computer to our terminal server, according the user got his profile already created on that terminal server.

We would like to know, how can we change the default and reply signature entry in Outlook through that same vbs file?

It is important to note that the users sometimes choose different names for their signatures. Some use their names or some name then "signature" directly, but whenever the "Signatures" folder is copied, that entry will appear on the terminal server but will not be automatically selected.

We would like to modidy our script so that last part can be done automatically.

Can someone provide us some hints or a sample code which we can then modify afterward?

Thanks a lot for your time and help.
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Greetings,

Just to let you all know, I kept looking around and I found my answer:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_23332534.html

Thanks again.
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