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Standardizing Outlook Signatures

Posted on 2014-10-29
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Trying to set up signatures on 30+ users so that all users are the same, but when we email someone on the outside of our network it is fine until they reply back or forward back from outside of our network.

We have two different types of fonts and I am thinking it is that if someone doesn't have that font on their email then it messes with it.   Such as some letters are replied back in lower case?

We are using Cambria for all except our Company name which is Felix Tilting.
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Question by:Kim Levya
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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most users won't have this font on their computer. Use a font that is more common or you will continue to have problems.
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I was actually playing around this morning and I think due to Felix Tilting capitalizes all, so I backspaced the letters that were showing as lower case and did a shift/letter?   All is good !!!  Weird, but I spent a whole day Googling and then to Experts and was cockeyed by the end of day.

Thanks for your help.

Kim
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