This guide is relevant for employees using Outlook for e-mail. Follow these instructions to set up one or several standard signatures for your e-mails.
Norsk versjon - Signatur i e-post
Creating an email signature in Outlook #
To create a standard signature for the bottom of all your outgoing emails:
- Click New Message, and then Insert in the New message window.
- Click Signature - Signatures.
- In the window that to opens, click New
- Create your signature, and then OK
Best practice is to include your full name, title, department, and the telephone numbers at which both internal and external callers can reach you.
Your NTNU affiliation must be clearly visible in an acceptable way in all job-related emails. Don't stop with the name of your research group or the department where you work. The receipient of your email may not be familiar with the university. The university's full name should be written out.
By adding a link to your employee page, those you correspond with can easily find information about you and your group.
English example #
|Professor, Department of Engineering History|
|Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)|
|NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway|
|Tel. +47 73 59 50 00 / Mobile +47 918 00 000|
Norwegian example #
|Professor, Institutt for ingeniørhistorie|
|Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet (NTNU)|
|Tlf. 73 59 50 00 / Mobil 918 00 000|
Use a shorter signature for replies and forwards #
You can create as many signatures as you want. Consider setting up a shorter alternate signature that can be used for replies and forwards, particularly for internal correspondence.
|Albert Einstein, Professor|
|Department of Physics, NTNU|
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