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By mjkqb ·
Often I receive e-mails that include auto-signatures from the sender. Some will have a link that when clicked will call up a new e-mail message form with their address entered in the "to:" field.
How do you do this?
I am using Office 97 Pro.
Thanks

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by Benyo In reply to Auto signautre

All you have to do is type your full email address in the auto-signature. It will display as a link, and when clicked on, will open a new message to that email address. If you want a link that shows as anything but your email address (ie a link thatsays 'Mail Me!!' that does the same thing when you click on it, then when you edit the signature, choose Advanced Edit which will either launch Word or Frontpage as your editor. Once heer, you can create any link you want using the Word/Frontpage functionality.

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by mjkqb In reply to Auto signautre

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by tforce In reply to Auto signautre

Actually, this is a one-time setting done in your email program. However, unsure what you are using. In Outlook, there's a Signature Button on the Mail Format Tab found under "Tools - Options".

In Outlook Express, there's Sigature Tab in the Options dialog box.

A signature is just automatic text added to every message. Use your name, phone, email, web site address, whatever.

Once created, it's added to every new message you create. You can always turn it off at any time, or deleteit before sending a message.

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