Outlook on the Web (Using a Web Browser)


When you complete your email signature, using your preferred browser, it should look like this, but with YOUR details:


<--Email Signature Template-->

 

Firstname Surname

Job Title

username@wiss.cn


 


 

<--Email Signature Template-->

 

      


Step-by-step: Create your WISS O365 email signature

  1. In your web browser, go to http://o365.wiss.cn
  2. Click the Outlook Icon
  3. In the top right click Settings (the cog icon)
  4. Scroll tothe bottom and click View all Outlook settings
  5. In the lefthand-side Options panel under Compose and reply choose Email signature.
  6. Return to THIS page then select then copy everything above that's between <--Email Signature Template--> into computer memory/clipboard by pressing CTRL (or command on Mac) + A  then CTRL (or command on Mac) + C on your keyboard
  7. Immediately return to the web browser page where you have your WISS Outlook email signature setting. Click inside the signature editing pane and PASTE in the content you copied (from THIS page) by pressing CTRL (or command on Mac) + V on your keyboard. 
  8. Change the name and job title to your own.
  9. Erase the placeholder email address and in the signature editing toolbar click the down arrow then select Insert Hyperlink (the 2 links icon). Type your wiss email address, for example, techsupport@wiss.cn and press OK.
  10. Above the editing pane, tick both checkboxes and click Save to save your new email signature.



Outlook Desktop Application (WinOS)


  1. Open Outlook desktop application
  2.  From the Menu bar, go File > Options > Mail then click the Signatures... button
  3. In the Signatures and Stationery Dialogue box, Click the NEW button. Give the new signature a name and press OK
  4.  
  5. Return to THIS page then select then copy everything above that's between <--Email Signature Template--> into computer memory/clipboard by pressing CTRL (or command on Mac) + A  then CTRL (or command on Mac) + C on your keyboard
  6. Immediately return to Outlook and select your new signature then click inside the signature editing pane and PASTE in the contents of the webpage you copied in step 6 by pressing CTRL (or command on Mac) + V on your keyboard. 
  7. Now, change the fake name,  job title and email address to your own.
  8. In Choose Default signature, select your new signature from the dropdown list
  9. Finally press OK to save all your changes.



Outlook Desktop Application (MacOS)

  1. On the Outlook menu, select Preferences.

    Outlook menu with Preferences highlighted

  2. Under Email, select Signatures.

    Signatures Preferences button

  3. Double-click Untitled, and then type a name for the signature you created.
    or
  4. Select  Add to add a new signature.
  5. Return to THIS page then select then copy everything above that's between <--Email Signature Template--> into computer memory/clipboard by pressing CTRL (or command on Mac) + A  then CTRL (or command on Mac) + C on your keyboard
  6. Immediately return to Outlook and select your new signature then click inside the signature editing pane and PASTE in the contents of the webpage you copied in step 6 by pressing CTRL (or command on Mac) + V on your keyboard.
  7. Now, change the fake name,  job title and email address to your own.