Email Signatures

Outlook Instructions:

Step 1:
Copy your new email signature.

copy everything inside the box
We recommend that you copy and paste from the Chrome web browser for best results

EventEQ
John Doe
Position
Office: 000.000.0000 x000
Mobile: 000.000.0000
Fax: 000.000.0000
john.doe@eventeq.com | www.eventeq.com

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Step 2:

Click on Outlook in the menu and choose Preferences… then click Signatures in the menu.
Step 3:
Click on the Plus (+) button in the bottom left cornor to create a new signature.
Step 4:
Name the signature and then paste your signature file into the box on the right side of the window.
Step 5:
Click on the Default Signatures button to set the default signature for your account.
Step 6:
Close the Signatures window.

iPhone/iPad Instructions:

Step 1:
Navigate to the signatures web page and copy your new email signature.
Step 2:
Click on Settings.
Step 3:
Choose Mail, Contact, Calendars and Scroll down to MAIL and click on Signatures.
Step 4:
Choose All Accounts or Per Account.  Per Accounts lets you set different signatures for different accounts.
Step 5:
Tap the empty box under an account and hold down to paste in your signature.
Step 6:
Close Settings.

Keep in mind:

For your iPhone, iPad the easiest way to get a signature is to send yourself an email with your signature included. Open the email on your iPhone/iPad and then select the entire signature and copy it. Be sure you copy a large selection box to get all of the formatting. Now go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars and select Signature. Click on the box for your signature and paste in what you copied. If your text wraps improperly after you paste, delete the whole signature and go back and copy it again. This time, make sure you copy the whole signature and that the selection area is a large blue box, not individual lines. The whole box will copy over the line formatting.