Employee Email Signature Generator
Select the desired signature, copy between the lines, paste into Outlook or Outlook Web Access and then edit with your details.
NOTE: Some older browsers may prompt you with an error in Outlook Web Access that your signature is too long. You can always use the default Email Signature Template page for your location and edit the values directly in OWA.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I have to use 101 East Wood Street?
- No, if you have a business need to use an address other than 101 East Wood Street, please do so.
- Do I have to put my cell phone number/fax number?
- No, you do not have to put your cell phone or fax number. If you don?t use one of these for business purposes, please customize your e-mail signature accordingly.
- Can I use this logo for other purposes?
- No, this logo has been reduced in size for e-mail usage. Please contact Jenny Connell in the Marketing Department if you need a logo for other uses.
- In Outlook, select File > Options.
- Select Mail on the left, then click Signatures...
- Select New.
- Give the signature a name. Any type of name will do. Click OK when done.
- Under the Choose default signature area, select the E-mail account you wish to apply the signature to. Also select the name of the signature in the new messages and/or Replies/forwards fields as desired. In the Edit signature area, copy the email signature template and personalize with your information.
- Click OK, then OK again and you're done.
Outlook Web Access (Webmail)
- Log In to Outlook Web Access (Webmail) and select Options > See All Options...
- Select Settings on the left, then click Mail.
- Under E-Mail Signature, paste the email signature template and personalize with your information.
- Either check or clear the "Automatically include my signature on messages I send" option.
- Click Save in the bottom-right of the page and you're done.