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Windows Live Mail Signature Setup

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Step 1:
You will have received your email stationery in your mail box (if your stationery was emailed to you), or save stationery to your computer if you downloaded the file from the Email Stationery Generator.
 
 
Step2:
You will need to save this document in special location used for your html siganture. (refer to step 4 to find this location. 
  • Click on the blue file icon in the top left hand corner of the application to open a new drop down menu. Then select "Options" then "Mail" from the new menu.
Once you have this location opened, save your HTML attachment here.
 
 

 

Step3:
 
Step 2, Windows Live Mail, Signature

Click on the blue file icon in the top left hand corner of the application to open a new drop down menu. Then select "Options" then "Mail" from the new menu.

Step4:

signature settings screen

On the Signature Settings screen, click New to create a new signature.

Step5:

Then select the "file" radio button and then the Browse button to navigate to where you need to save your Email Signature Rescue downloaded html file. Copy your HTML attachement received in step 1, and paste it into the window that will open when you click on the "Browse" button

IMPORTANT! While you are browsing for your file, please make sure that you can open .html/.htm files by selecting this option from the dropdown box, otherwise you will not be able to see your html file when browsing.

 

Step6:

If you would like to append your signature on all email messages you create please tick the box at the top "Add signature to all outgoing messages". If you would like to append your signature to all replies and forwards un-tick the box "Don't add signatures to Replies and Forwards". If you would like to only add your signature on some occasions, do not tick any boxes. Then when you create an email message, you can add your signature by pressing the "Signature" button in the toolbar and selecting the appropriate signature.

 

Congratulations! You will now see your brand spanking new Email Signature when sending emails with Windows Live Mail.

 

 
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