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Working with E-mail, Contacts, and Events : Add a Signature

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In an e-mail message, a signature is a small amount of text that appears at the bottom of the message. Instead of typing this information manually, you can create the signature once and then have Windows Live Mail add the signature automatically to any message you send.

Signatures usually contain personal contact information, such as your phone numbers, business address, and e-mail and Web site addresses. Some people supplement their signatures with wise or witty quotations.

Windows Live Mail also supports multiple signatures, which is useful if you use Mail for different purposes such as business and personal. You can also configure Mail to automatically add one of your signatures to any message you send.

Add a Signature

ADD A SIGNATURE

1 Click Menus ().

2 Click Options.

The Options dialog box appears.

3 Click the Signatures tab.

4 Click New.

• Windows Live Mail adds a new signature.



5 Type the signature text.

6 Click Rename.

7 Type a name for the signature.



8 Press .

9 Click OK.

INSERT THE SIGNATURE MANUALLY

1 Click New to start a new message.

2 In the message text area, move the insertion point to the location where you want the signature to appear.

3 Click Menus ().

4 Click Insert signature.

NOTE

If you have more than one signature, click the one you want to use from the menu that appears.

• The signature appears in the message.

Simplify It

Can I have more than one signature?

Yes, you can add as many signatures as you want. For example, you may want to have one signature for business use and another for personal use. To add multiple signatures, follow Steps 1 to 3 to display the Signatures tab, and then follow Steps 4 to 8 for each signature. Be sure to give each signature a descriptive name.

Can I get Windows Live Mail to add my signature automatically?

Yes. First, follow Steps 1 to 3 to display the Signatures tab. Click Add signatures to all outgoing messages ( changes to ) to have Windows Live Mail add your signature to the bottom of every new message. Click Don't add signatures to Replies and Forwards ( changes to ) if you want Windows Live Mail to add your signature when you reply to and forward messages.

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