Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

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Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

Postby gaizka71 » Sat, 15 May 2004 18:08:07 GMT

Hi,

I would like to set up Outlook XP to add my signature automatically at
the end of the body of the message I am replying to. Is there a way to
do this?

As well as this, it would be nice to have the cursor placed between
the body of the mail I am responding to and the signature....

thanks for you help.
gaizka

Set up:
Win XP SP1 + Office XP SP3 (English) both with the latest updates (I
hope...)

Re: Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

Postby Roady [MVP] » Sat, 15 May 2004 18:46:19 GMT

What do you mean exactly? You want to add your signature below the original
post? This is not possible as Outlook replys above the original message.

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Re: Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

Postby gaizka71 » Wed, 19 May 2004 21:31:05 GMT



Hi, 

yes  that is exactly what I want to do, I have been using Thunderbird
for a bit, and got used to it, but now I have to switch to Outlook (at
work) but do not like the way outlook handles the mail... (I like the
task and calendar features though...)

so you are saying there is no way we can meke this in Outlook...? it
is a pitty...

Re: Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

Postby Brian Tillman » Thu, 20 May 2004 00:14:29 GMT




Outlook-Quotefix may help in this regard.
 http://www.**--****.com/ ~jain/software/outlook-quotefix/
-- 
Brian Tillman


Re: Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

Postby gaizka71 » Thu, 20 May 2004 22:30:04 GMT




Thanks for the input, it seems to work fine with messages that were
sent to me on plain text, but if the message was sent any other way,
it does not work, or I do not know how to set it up...

Cheers
gaizka

Re: Outlook XP. Add signature at the end of the reply

Postby gaizka71 » Fri, 21 May 2004 23:49:35 GMT



Fixed, arreglado, komponduta! 

I looked for info on how to view all messages as plain text, you have
to add a new entry in the registry... now, Quotefix works like a
dream.

thanks a bunch
Eskerrik anitz

Link to microsoft
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