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You can create an email signature to automatically show up on any email you sent through Outlook.
Here is how.
In outlook click new email and in the menu section at the top click signature then signatures then new.
Type a name then click ok
Now you can create your signature with your name and contact information and a link to the company website if you have any.
You can also make it look better using different kind of font combinations.
You could also use the bottons on the extreme left to add an image like a photo or company logo and link them to a web page.
And it wont change the defaults up there except the one that says new messages, you want the new signature automatically added to new emails but not to replys or forwards.
This will prevent clutter especially in long emails for instance.
Click Ok and you are done.
Now when you start a new email you signature appears.
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