When Outlook's Stationery and Fonts button is grayed out or won't do anything when you click it, you may need to edit the registry.
We get two types of questions about font handling in Outlook: How do I change the default fonts? Why is Outlook using [some font] instead of the one I set as default? Outlook 2007 and 2010 have two places where fonts are set: in Stationery and Fonts and in the Body style. Most people select
I try not to complain too much at the "non-standard" ways people use Outlook but it bugs me when people try to make email act like snail mail, with a perfect layout in every email client or use letterheads in email. It's email – it's supposed to be quick and easy. It's not supposed to
You can use multiple signatures in Microsoft Outlook, when you Outlook 2007 or newer or use Word as your editor in Outlook 2003. Methods vary for older versions.
OWA doesn't include the ability to insert images into signatures. This is because inserting an image from the local computer won't do much good when you access OWA from another computer and OWA doesn't have the capability to store it online for you. However, you can create a signature that contains an image, provided the
Signatures are stored in the roaming section of the windows profile, under %appdata%\microsoft\signatures. You can push sig updates into these folders using a Windows Scripting Host (WSH) script. You can create signatures using AD data, either using a script or a utility. Signature assignments are in the registry at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\xx.0\Common\MailSettings\ – (where xx = your
A user asked: "I have my email address in my Outlook signature without a link and blue underline. When I compose email, it looks fine. However, the recipients get a link with a blue underline. How do I control this? " As long as you use HTML message format, you can control the link color
Microsoft finally published a long-overdue KB article explaining why signatures are not added to messages initiated using Send to menus in other applications, the Send to Mail Recipient command in Windows Explorer, or by creating the message programmatically. You also can't do anything in Outlook until the message is either sent or saved and closed.
I'm getting reports from users with errors in Outlook 2010 referencing wwwlib.dll when opening some messages. Plain text messages are not affected, only HTML (and possibly RTF).
An administrator asked "We're using Exchange 2010. We can’t create signatures more than a couple of lines in OWA. Any longer and we get a message: “The text you typed is too long. Please shorten it and try to save it again.” I remember there was a Registry change for Exchange 2003 that would set