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2011-04-30, 17:08 #1
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- Garrisonville, Virginia
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Preserving signatures in Outlook 2007
I have just copied my "Outlook.pst" file to my laptop in preparation to going away for a week or so, and something just occurred to me that I needed to look in to the last time I did this. I am using Outlook 2007 and running on Windows 7 SP 1, and I just realized (too late for this trip, unfortunately) that doing so does not transfer all of my multiple personally-created signatures that I use so much in my emails.
For the future, is there a way of copying them and saving, backing up, or otherwise transferring them along with my *.pst file in the future? I still have my Outlook.pst file in my desktop, but can anyone tell me how to save the myriad of signatures I've created for use after I transfer this Outlook.pst file back again in a week? Obviously, I can recreate them AGAIN if I have to, I've had plenty of practice in the past, but I would prefer simply copying them to my default *.pst file if there is a way of doing it.
I thank you in advance for any help or suggestions. Is it possible they could be backed up in a similar manner to the way I now do my incoming mail filters?
David E. Cann
2011-05-01, 10:49 #2
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Copy your signatures folder and put on your other computer
User | AppData | Roaming | Microsoft | Signatures
Last edited by DunnDeal; 2011-05-01 at 18:46.