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Unread 18-05-2008, 06:26 PM   #1
Jeff S.
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Win Live Mail Signature

Hi ::
Is it possible to permanently set a Signature with a different font &/or
size in Windows Live Mail?
I was able to do so in both Outlook and Outlook Express, but in WLM the
Signature automatically
defaults to my preset font & size for the email itself. I want the
Signature automatically smaller, if
nothing else.
Sincere Appreciation in advance of any help offered!
JS


 
Unread 19-05-2008, 03:28 PM   #2
Colin Brown WLMVP
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Re: Win Live Mail Signature

The only way to do it at present is to give yourself a html signature.
Simply create your html signature then under tools/options/signature tab,
select file and point to your html file.

Colin Brown
WL MVP

"Jeff S." <jschwrtzmn*************> wrote in message
news:2F0DEA96-B71A-4B5F-B604-62833FC78651@microsoft.com...
> Hi ::
> Is it possible to permanently set a Signature with a different font &/or
> size in Windows Live Mail?
> I was able to do so in both Outlook and Outlook Express, but in WLM the
> Signature automatically
> defaults to my preset font & size for the email itself. I want the
> Signature automatically smaller, if
> nothing else.
> Sincere Appreciation in advance of any help offered!
> JS
>
>

 
Unread 28-05-2008, 03:27 AM   #3
Andelaine
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RE: Win Live Mail Signature

How about if you ahve no clue how to operate in HTML? I had a great
signature that I have been using for years in Outlook..text and a picture...
and now I can't get it to appear as my signature in Windows Live Mail or
Windows Mail. I tried pasting the HTML code in but geez, I dont know the
forst thing about HTML
Andelaine

"Jeff S." wrote:

> Hi ::
> Is it possible to permanently set a Signature with a different font &/or
> size in Windows Live Mail?
> I was able to do so in both Outlook and Outlook Express, but in WLM the
> Signature automatically
> defaults to my preset font & size for the email itself. I want the
> Signature automatically smaller, if
> nothing else.
> Sincere Appreciation in advance of any help offered!
> JS
>
>
>

 
Unread 08-06-2008, 07:17 AM   #4
...winston
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Re: Win Live Mail Signature

Like this below..the process is the same as OE.



"Here's a sig with an
http link instead of an email"


The graphic and the htm file are stored in the same folder
In this case Vista \Users\<my login id>\Documents\My Signatures\

The graphic is the red signature, the html file includes the code pointing to the signature with the embedded email link and also includes the text below the signature.
Here's an example htm file's code..possibly you could modify it for your own needs:

<html><head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
</head>
<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
<p align="left">
<a href="mailto:youremailaddress@live.com">
<img src="file:///[pathname of gif file]" border="0">
<br>
</body>
</html>

...winston
ms-mvp mail






"Andelaine" <Andelaine@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:8F2740E0-34BA-444E-A160-59CA8BB8ACBB@microsoft.com...
How about if you ahve no clue how to operate in HTML? I had a great
signature that I have been using for years in Outlook..text and a picture...
and now I can't get it to appear as my signature in Windows Live Mail or
Windows Mail. I tried pasting the HTML code in but geez, I dont know the
forst thing about HTML
Andelaine

"Jeff S." wrote:

> Hi ::
> Is it possible to permanently set a Signature with a different font &/or
> size in Windows Live Mail?
> I was able to do so in both Outlook and Outlook Express, but in WLM the
> Signature automatically
> defaults to my preset font & size for the email itself. I want the
> Signature automatically smaller, if
> nothing else.
> Sincere Appreciation in advance of any help offered!
> JS
>
>
>

 
 

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