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The Southern DNA


Email Signature Template

Simple Format

John A. Broadus
Former President
Office of the President

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
2825 Lexington Road, Louisville, KY 40280
Phone (502) 897-XXXX
sbts.edu | T @sbts | F TheSBTS

 

Complete Format

John A. Broadus
Former President
Office of the President

C (444) 444-4444 | jbroadz@sbts.edu

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
2825 Lexington Road, Louisville, KY 40280
Phone (502) 897-XXXX
sbts.edu | T @sbts | F TheSBTS

 

Boyce College Employees

Matthew J. Hall
Dean

C (444) 444-4444 | mhall@sbts.edu

Boyce: The College at Southern
2825 Lexington Road, Louisville, KY 40280
Phone (502) 897-XXXX
boycecollege.com | T @BoyceCollege | F BoyceCollege

 

How to Add This Signature to Your Email

The Office of Communications has created several tutorials to help you use this email signature. To begin, select your email client.

Gmail (Web) | Outlook | Mail (Mac) | Mail (iPhone)


Gmail (Web)

To begin, copy the signature from this page by selecting the text, right-clicking, and selecting “Copy” from the drop-down menu.

1. Log in to Gmail on your desktop or laptop.

2. Click on the Gmail Web 00 icon.

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3. Select “Settings” from the drop down menu.

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4. Under “General,” scroll down until you see “Signature” in the left column.

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5. Using your mouse or keyboard, select all of the text in the box.

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6. Right-click and select “Paste.”

7. Edit the fields one at a time to add your information.

8. Select “Save Changes” at the bottom of the screen.


Outlook

To begin, copy the signature from this page by selecting the text, right-clicking, and selecting “Copy” from the drop-down menu.

1. Open Outlook and click “New E-mail” in the top left corner.
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2. Select “Signature” in the top menu.
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3. Select “Signatures…” from the drop down menu.
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4. Using your mouse or keyboard, select all of the text in the box.
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5. Right-click and select “Paste.”

6. Edit the fields one at a time to add your information. When you are finished click “OK” in the bottom right corner of the window.
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Mail (Mac)

To begin, copy the signature from this page by selecting the text, right-clicking, and selecting “Copy” from the drop-down menu.

1. From the menu bar at the top of your screen, select Mail. Select “Preferences” from the drop down menu.
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2. From the Preferences window, select “Signatures.”
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3. Select the correct account.
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4. Select the correct account.
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5. Using your mouse or keyboard, select all of the text in the box.
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6. Right-click and select “Paste.”

7. Edit the fields one at a time to add your information. When you are finished click “OK” in the bottom right corner of the window.
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Mail (iPhone)

To begin, copy the signature from this page by selecting the text and selecting “Copy” from the pop-up menu.

1. Open the Settings app.
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2. From the main Settings menu, scroll down until you see “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”
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3. Scroll down to the “Signature” option.
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4. Double tap in the text field and select “Select All” from the pop up menu.
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5. Use the Delete button on your keyboard to get rid of existing text.

6. Double-tap in the text field and select “Paste” from the pop up menu to add the new signature template.
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7. Edit the fields one at a time to add your information.
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