Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FIGURE 7.10
Delaying the delivery of a message.
To set an expiration date:
1.
Click the dialog box launcher in the Options section of the Message ribbon. Outlook
displays the Message Options dialog box (shown previously in Figure 7.10).
2.
In the Delivery Options section of the dialog box, turn on the Expires After option.
3.
Enter the desired expiration date and time in the adjacent fields.
4.
Click Close.
Using Signatures
Outlook lets you define signatures that can be quickly added to an email message. You can have
multiple signatures; one for business use and another for personal messages, for example. Creating
signatures is covered in Chapter 5, as is defining a default signature that is automatically added to
all messages. To manually add a signature to a message, click the Signature button in the Include
section of the Message ribbon and select the desired signature from the menu. If you have not
defined any signatures, none will be listed here.
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