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Creating an e-mail signature in Outlook

An e-mail signature typically looks something like this:

Sincerely,
James O’Brien
OBrienPC.net
206.555.9999

That’s a very simple and basic signature that takes about 10 to 20 seconds to type into my outgoing e-mails. But if I am sending and answering e-mails all day long, it can get tedious to type my signature with every e-mail. Most e-mail clients, Outlook included, provide a method of automatically inserting a signature in your outgoing email.

Here’s how you do it:

1) Select “Tools | Options…” from the menu in Outlook

Creating an Outlook Signature

2) Go to the “Mail Format” tab

Creating an Outlook Signature

3) Go to the “E-mail Signature”… Continue reading

Microsoft Outlook 2010 – Accidently Deleted Distribution List

It seems that accidentally deleting a distribution list in Microsoft Outlook 2010 is a fairly common issue. The problem is that the Delete Group button is right next to the Save & Close button in the Contact Group pane. Fortunately, recovering a deleted distribution list is fairly easy.

Depending on whether you are using Outlook as a stand-alone e-mail client or using Outlook in conjunction with Microsoft Exchange Server, the process to recover accidentally deleted distribution lists is as follows:

 

Recovering a distribution List

  1. In the Navigation pane, click Deleted Items
  2. Find the distribution list that was accidentally deleted,… Continue reading

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