Outlook Signatures

Hi,

I have on the client server (Windows 7 pro and the server Windows 2008  R2) Outlook 2010 4 email accounts set up. One of them is added as usually when for the first time you open Outlook for the first time. This account has a signature for my company Business.

Now i have a 3 other business with 3 differente signatures which is added from the exchange automatically using the option from Exchange "Manage Full Access Permission..."  "and Manage Send As Permission...".

Now, when i want to send an email i have to change the signature manually for each signature which is a pain

Do you know how i can send an email using the signatures correspondent to my different accounts?
mallonyIT TechnicianAsked:
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Tim EdwardsIT Team Lead - Unified Communications & CollaborationCommented:
I have never tried this so I can be way out to lunch but if you open up your signatures, on the right side where it says choose default signature, Change the Email Account to each of your business and select the new message signature and replies/forwards and save it.

Of course you will need to create a signature for each one first before doing the above.
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mallonyIT TechnicianAuthor Commented:
Can we use Exchange Server 2010 to do that?
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Adam (CodeTwo Software)IT AnimalCommented:
Hi mallony,

Here's a guide to the solution mentioned by Tim: http://www.mail-signatures.com/articles/how-to-set-up-an-email-signature-depending-on-an-email-address-in-outlook-2013/?sts=5478. But I think Send As permissions are not enough - you'd have to actually have the email accounts configured in Outlook.

In my opinion, if you're running Exchange, the best option would be to set up a company-wide email signature using transport rules. The solution allows for using dynamic fields, that will pull data from Active Directory into the signature depending on who you are sending as. See this article for more: http://www.mail-signatures.com/articles/how-to-set-up-email-signatures-on-exchange-server-2010/?sts=5478

Give me a shout if you need more help,
Adam
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mallonyIT TechnicianAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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