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Full signature:

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Volunteer Glasgow is the operating name of The Volunteer Centre – the Centre for Volunteering, Community Action and Employment Initiatives. Scottish Charity number SC005462. Company limited by guarantee (number 166042). Registered office: 10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 6LU

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Signature for replies & forwarded emails:

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Tel:

Opening hours:

Volunteer Glasgow is the operating name of The Volunteer Centre – the Centre for Volunteering, Community Action and Employment Initiatives. Scottish Charity number SC005462. Company limited by guarantee (number 166042). Registered office: 10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 6LU

Creating signatures in Microsoft Outlook

To implement these signatures in Microsoft Outlook 2013, please complete the following steps:
(You may want to print out these instructions for convenience)

  1. In Outlook 2013, click on the FILE menu/tab, then select Options.
  2. In the Options box that appears, click on the Mail category on the left.
  3. Click on the 'Signatures...' button (it's the third one down)
  4. To begin creating a signature for all new emails, first highlight and copy the signature you have generated above. To copy, highlight the text then right-click on the highlighted text and select 'Copy', or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + C.
  5. Now, in the Outlook Signatures box, click on the button labelled New
  6. Give your signature a descriptive name, e.g. "VG Signature - For New Emails", and choose to "Start with a blank signature". Click Next.
  7. Now paste the signature into the textbox - you can do this by right-clicking inside the textbox and selecting 'Paste', or by clicking inside the textbox and using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + V.
  8. To create signature for Replies and Forwarded emails highlight and copy the generated signature above. Then repeat the last three steps, chosing a different name for the signature, e.g. "VG Signature - For Replies and Forwards"
  9. Now, back in the Mail Format tab of the Options box, assign your Signature for new messages and your Signature for replies and forwards by choosing the corresponding signatures in the selection boxes. Then click 'OK'.

Creating your signature in Outlook Web App (webmail)

To implement you signatures in our Outlook Web App webmail, please complete the following steps:

  1. First highlight and copy the "Full signature" you have generated above. To copy, highlight the text then right-click on the highlighted text and select 'Copy', or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + C
  2. Now, go to the Outlook Web App webmail via the link on our ICT page (which will open in a new window/tab, so you can come back to this one): http://www.volunteerglasgow.org/ict
  3. Log into the web app by entering your full email address and mailbox password (please note this may not necessarily be the same as your computer/Windows password, but it will be one that you have chosen).
  4. After logging in, click on the Options button, then select See All Options
  5. When the Options page loads, select Settings from the side menu.
  6. You should then be shown the Mail section of the Settings page. First change the font to Arial, then paste your signature into the textbox below it - you can do this by right-clicking inside the textbox and selecting 'Paste', or by clicking inside the textbox and using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + V. Now tick the box labelled "Automatically include my signature on messages I send".
  7. In the Message Format section underneath, select Arial as your message font and click the Save button at the bottom-right of your screen.