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After getting Office 365 Business Premium I have now access to Exchange Online, which allows me to use disclaimers to add signatures to all my outgoing mails (from the android cell phone, laptop...).
This is wonderful as I have the same signature for the mailbox (being able to use Active directory fields to build a nice signature for everybody in the company effortlessly), but it has a drawback.
Before I added easily a signature under each message (outlook signatures), but now the disclaimers appear under all the mails, which ends up being a list of mails and at the end a list of stacked disclaimers.
I've seen there's codetwo and exclaimer which are tools that supposedly allow you to add the signatures under each mail, which would be the desired behavior...
Is there any option to get a signature under all mails avoiding getting the stacked disclaimers without a 3rd party software?
One of the joys of being a contractor is that I rarely have to bother with signatures (esp. the thirty-line long company ones). I just type my name at the bottom (which I can often manage to do without typos).
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
That's all you need, especially if you know the person and work with them regularly. The only time I use a signature is if someone does not know me. It's completely obnoxious and also a pain to receive chain emails with a signature on every dang one of them, having to navigate to between the email heading and signature to read the "Thanks!" embedded in it.
PRO-TIP: Go vegetarian.
Seriously, the meat here was all sold out while the vegetarian food was as full as always.
It's really good and it's available, so try it sometime
They come in different flavors so try at least two or three.
Don't expect it to taste like meat, it probably doesn't.
Maybe you'll like it and switch to vegetarian one or two days a week
Vegetarian food is critically dependent on someone who know to prepare it.
My mother did not, so I grew up thinking that vegetarian is food for cows.
Then I happened to marry a girl who really knew it. Certainly not every day - she was very good with fish as well, and I did some meat stuff. But there was no reason to point out that "today we eat vegetarian" - it was just as tasty, and as varied, as the other stuff we ate.
After we broke up, one of the few things that I have tried to hold on to is her vegetarian cooking. Tonight I had a "Chili sans carne" - when beans and other vegetables are prepared and spiced the proper way, you certainly do not need any carne in it.
If you want to go partially, or maybe fully, vegetarian: Make sure to learn how it is properly done. If you just pick up random vegetables at the shopping center and try to make something out of it, with no proper guidance, you will drop those veggie ideas within a week.
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