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Outlook 2003 Signature Question

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by bocadoc1, Apr 14, 2008.

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  1. bocadoc1

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    I have set up different signatures for each of 4 accounts I use in Outlook 2003. Whenever I create a new outgoing email, the email is always set to come from my default account and then puts in that account's signature. Even when I then use the "Accounts" button to change which account I want to send the message from, I still need to erase the [default] signature and manually drop in the correct signature via the "Signature" button. If every new email is always going to automatically come from the default account and always puts in that signature, what is the point of associating a signature with an account? Does that setting only help for replies and forwards? Is there no way to have Outlook automatically choose the account to send from (and, then, it's signature) by seeing whcih accounts mail folder is in the browsing pane?

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