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Configure options for multiple accounts
Tip Your signature will appear in email messages exactly as it does in the Edit
Signature area.
7. In the Choose default signature area, select the email account to which you want
to assign the signature. Then in the New messages list, click the signature name.
8. If you want to include the signature in message responses, in the Replies/forwards
list, click the signature name.
9. Make any other changes you want, and then click OK in the Signatures and
Stationery dialog box and in the Outlook Options dialog box.
Configure options for multiple accounts
You can add multiple email accounts of any type to your Outlook profile, either during
setup or at any time thereafter. Outlook creates an Outlook data file for each email
account and displays the account folders for each mailbox in the Folder Pane. You can
manage each account separately by selecting the account in the Backstage view.
If you configure Outlook to connect to multiple email accounts, or if you have been
delegated control of another account, you need to ensure that outgoing messages are
sent from the correct account. By default, Outlook assumes that you intend to send a
message from the account you’re currently working in. If you begin composing a
message while viewing the Inbox of your work account, for example, Outlook selects the
work account as the message-sending account. If you reply to a message received by
your personal account, Outlook selects the personal account as the message-sending
account. You can change the sending account from within the message composition
window.
See Also For information about delegating access to accounts, see “Delegate access” in
section 2.1, “Create messages.”
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