Signature update in outlook on a network?

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Does anyone know how i could set up a signature in Microsoft Outlook connected to a network? So everyones signature is the same Company Name Company Phone # Only thing employee could update would be there name and job role. any ideas? Jared
ASKED: March 17, 2010  7:26 PM
UPDATED: March 20, 2010  9:07 PM

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Yes you can by using script/html tag but it’ll need a web space to store your company’s logo image file so that any employee of your company would be able to point to. If your company already had a website, you can point to that website’s logo image file as well

Here is one example of using xml and html file on my signature

I create an xml file call filelist.xml, it contents script below

<xml xmlns:o=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office”>
<o:MainFile HRef=”../vt_sig.html”/>
<o:File HRef=”image001.gif”/> —->image001.gif, or http://companyA.com/image001.gif
<o:File HRef=”filelist.xml”/>
</xml>

then I create another file call vt_sig.html which is your signature file

you can compose these file by using windows notepad

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  • Denwood
    Is this something that is done in Exchange or can you create a batch file to push out to all of the end users? (we use POP3 accounts and retrieve via Outlook)
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