Step 1: Add a New Placeholder Signature
In Outlook, create a new email, go to Insert > Signature and click on “Signatures“. Click “New” to create a new placeholder signature. Give the new signature a name you can remember.
Step 2: Open Outlook’s Signature Folder on Your Computer
Press windows key
Type Run into the search box and open up the app. Then copy and paste in the file path below based on your windows version.
Windows 7, 8
C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures
Note: Make sure to show hidden files and folders.
Step 3: Find and Open the New Signature file
Within the Signature Folder, locate the file that you have created in Step 1. Find the file with the extension called .htm or .html and open it with Notepad.
You may right-click on the file and select the option to open with Notepad.
Erase all content in the placeholder signature file
Step 4: Replace Placeholder Text With Your HTML Code provided by Brumann Digital
Open the new email signature file edit with notepad.
Select all the code (ctrl + a) and copy (ctrl + c)
Go back to the empty signature you have open and press paste (ctrl + v). Then press Save.
Step 5: Assign Signature for Messages
In Outlook, go to File > Options > Mail > Signatures, set to use your new Signature for both New Messages and Replies/Forwards. This will ensure consistent application of your HTML signature on all your messages.