Sign emails with style in IBM NotesAdded by IBM on March 13, 2013 | Version 1
|In IBM Notes, you can add your signature to emails automatically, to share your title, contact information, and more. You can even include graphics, links, or your vCard.
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Table 1. Welcome
|1.1||In Notes, you can create a signature that is automatically added to emails you send. The signature can include information like your job title, contact information, and more. You can even add graphics, and links to things like your blog or twitter feed!||The IBM Social Business animation displays with video title.|
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|1.2||You can set your signature in Mail preferences, on the Signature tab.||Click File -> Preferences, click Mail, and then click the Signature tab.|
|1.3||You can automatically append a signature to the bottom of your outgoing mail messages.||Select Automatically append a signature to the bottom of my outgoing mail messages.|
|1.4||Select the format for your signature.|
Rich text lets you add graphics and links to your signature. Plain text is a basic signature that can be read in any email client.
If you used another application to create a signature, you can use HTML or Image file.
To see more information about a format, select the help icon.
|Highlight Rich text.|
Highlight Plain text
HighlightHTML or image file.
Select the help icon.
Select Rich text.
|1.5||Type or paste your signature into the Signature field, or select the file from your computer.||Paste rich text signature.|
|1.6||You can append your vCard to emails to make it easy for others to add your contact information.|
People who receive emails from you will be able to click your vCard to immediately add you to their contacts.
|Click Append my vCard.|
Edit information in the form that appears.
Click Append vCard to signature.
|1.7||When you’re done, your signature will automatically be added to all of the emails you send.||Click OK.|
Click New from mail, and see that the new email has your new signature.
|1.8||If you decide to use a different signature–or no signature–for a particular email, click the Signature button and select an option.||Click Signature, see options for Default Signature (selected), New Signature from File, and No signature.|
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