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How can you add a signature and logo to a batch email?

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I found the article "Send Personalized Mass Emails Using Outlook 2010" extremely helpful.

However, I need some more help.

Can anyone tell me how to add a signature and logo to a batch email?

Thanks again for the help,

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When you're writing your email content (step 7 of the article you referenced), you can copy and paste your signature and logo there and proceed with the remaining steps. Anything you include at this stage will be included on every message.

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