How to Include a Signature in the Reply Email in Outlook


An email signature is a block of text that's automatically included when you send an email. Your signature may contain a favorite quote, contact information or any other text that you want to accompany your messages. The default setting in Outlook 2010 is to include your signature in new messages, and omit it in replies. If the signature is important, such as a confidentiality notice, you can set Outlook to automatically attach it to the replies you send, as well.

  • Open Outlook. Click the "File" tab and select the "Options" menu.

  • Click "Mail" to open the Mail Settings menu.

  • Click "Signatures."

  • Click the drop-down menu next to "Replies/Forwards" and select the name of the signature you want to include in your replies.

  • Click "OK," then click "OK" again to exit the Outlook Options menu.


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