Clearing Your Old Outlook Signatures (Forward and Replies)

Clearing Your Old Outlook Signatures (Forward and Replies)

How to Clear Your Old Outlook Signatures

It is a good idea to check and clear your old Outlook settings before installation to ensure your old signature does not interfere with your new BrandMail signatures.

1. In Outlook, go to: File > Options > then click on "Mail"

2. Click on "Signatures"
3. Then change the default for "new messages" and "replies/forwards" to  (none). i.e. remove any prior signature options which have been defaulted. 

4. Click "Ok"
5. Restart Outlook if necessary in order for changes to take effect. 

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