My name is John Rivera, technical support engineer with Dell. In this video, I will demonstrate how to configure a Microsoft Outlook signature in Desktop Authority. First, select Client Configuration. Next, select Profiles. Then, select User.
Scroll down to the Microsoft Outlook Settings Object, and select. To add the new element, select the Add button. This will bring you to the Microsoft Outlook Settings main view. Here, there are eight tabs with which you can configure Outlook. Select the signature tab.
Here you will add a name for the signature. Under Select Signature Settings, place a check in the radio box for Select Signatures for New Messages to add the signature to the new message. Uncheck the box to remove the signature. And gray the check box to preserve the user's current Outlook setting.
Do the same for the Select Signature for Replies and Forwards. Under Signature Code, click the Edit Signature button. Here, you can add your signature. Desktop Authority provides a default signature over on the right hand side.
Select this for the default signature. If the default signature meets your needs, you can confirm the element. If not, you can add your own dynamic variables by clicking this box. Here you can select a dynamic variables by category. Once you select the ones that meet the need, select the Insert button.
You can also insert an image by selecting the Insert Image box. You can link the image via URL, or you can upload the image by selecting the Upload Image and Browsing tool. Select Insert once that's complete.
If you want to add a hyperlink, select the Add Hyperlink button. Populate the link type, the protocol, and the URL. Once that's complete, select Insert.
So let's Confirm to confirm the signature. Next, select Validation Logic. Here, you can add your standard rules or your validation logic rules to isolate specific users and groups.
Once that's complete, select Confirm, Save, and Replicate. This concludes how to configure a Microsoft Outlook setting. To learn more about this Desktop Authority, visit quest.com/desktop-authority. For more video tutorials, visit quest.com/support.