Powered by Exchange Online, Outlook Web App provides email and calendaring for Office 365 subscribers. Like Outlook 2010, Outlook Web App features a simple way to customize email messages with personal information, or meet regulatory compliance rules with legal disclaimers.
Below, learn how to use these features to make your email work for you.
Create an email signature in four steps
- At the top of the Outlook Web App page, click Options > See All Options > Settings > Mail.
- In the E-Mail Signature box, type and format your signature. If you use both Outlook Web App and Outlook and want a signature in both, you need to create a signature in each.
- To add your signature to all outgoing messages, select the “Automatically include my signature on messages I send” check box.
- Click Save or press CTRL+S.
If you don’t want to automatically include your signature, you can add it to a new message by clicking “Insert Signature” on the toolbar.
Add disclaimers to outbound messages
If you are the administrator of your company’s Office 365 service, you can create a disclaimer for email messages. A disclaimer is text that’s automatically added to e-mail messages. Disclaimers are typically used to provide legal information, warnings about unknown or unverified senders, or for other reasons as determined by an organization.
This is an example of a disclaimer: IMPORTANT NOTICE: This e-mail message is intended to be received only by persons entitled to receive the confidential information it may contain. E-mail messages to clients of Contoso may contain information that is confidential and legally privileged. Please do not read, copy, forward, or store this message unless you are an intended recipient of it. If you have received this message in error, please forward it to the sender and delete it completely from your computer system.
Here’s how to create a disclaimer that’s added to the bottom of all messages sent to external recipients: