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    Signatures - where are they? (OL 10.2627.2625)

    What is the Outlook object that maintains the signatures (NOT the digital thingies, but the text ones, like at the bottom of this post)?

    How do I read them with VBA?

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    Re: Signatures - where are they? (OL 10.2627.2625)

    Peter,

    I think some of it depends on the OS. On Win2000 and XP, they are kept in Documents and Settings%user%Application DataMicrosoftSignatures by default. Not sure with Win9x - although I believe the location there is Program FilesCommonMicrosoft Shared or something similar.

    HTH,
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    Re: Signatures - where are they? (OL 10.2627.2625)

    Dang!

    I have to read them with the scriptingObject.FileSystem? I was hoping they were somewhere in the Outlook object interface.

    Thanks Mark

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    Re: Signatures - where are they? (OL 10.2627.2625)

    And just to make your life really interesting, there will be three independent files for each signature. They have the same name but different extensions (.txt, .htm and .rtf)

    StuartR

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