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Need Outlook registry setting for Signature and Trust Center

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Every time I set me signature to fill in new messages and replies (see attached) the setting won't save.  We use Tricerat Simplify Profiles, which controls items like this via registry settings.  Also the setting for the trust center.

Hence I need the registry settings for these items
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Question by:jrsitman
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by:Clark Kent
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Hi Jrsitman,

I think there something wrong with the “File Block Settings ”, make necessary changes in it or restore it. Actually, Outlook use word as the editor and if the related settings are already blocked then restore it and surely you will be able to signature.

I found this article more relevant to your query, so I guess you should read this one and hopefully it will resolve the issue!!!!

http://www.msoutlook.info/question/640
Thanks
Clark Kent
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by:jrsitman
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Article didn't help.  None of the boxes it mentioned were checked.  Note that in my post, it is also not saving "Trust Center" settings.
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by:Clark Kent
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To delete all the signature from Outlook,  copy and paste the following given location on address bar:

%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Signatures

and delete all files under signature folder.|

you can also disable the of the REG values of signature by assigning it value “0”.

For more, How to deploy Signature: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2691977

Trust Center
Modify the Dword value to work perfectly with Trust Center Reg which is:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Security


Note: Please make sure about REG value because improper settings of REG values can mess your Outlook experience.

http://www.msoutlook.info/question/290

Hope it will resolve your issue!!!!!!!!!!!
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by:jrsitman
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I don't want to delete signatures, I want to keep the settings in the section "choose default signature".  See my attachment.  Every time I close outlook, the "new messages and replies/forwards goes back to "none".
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Clark Kent earned 400 total points
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Hi Friend,

I did one practical demo to resolve your issue on my machine and probably I got the solution. Open your MS-Outlook and create a signature within it and before closing the Outlook go to the default location of signature file and copy all the files to the desktop.

Now, close Outlook and usually it will not save any signature files on the default location. Then just copy the backup file to that folder and then restart Outlook and see the result.

Hopefully, it will resolve the issue of Outlook signature.

Feel free to response back for further assistance!!!!

Thanks
Clark Kent
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Thanks, it's working
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