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By default, the signature is not automatically added to a meeting request that is created. In fact, it is easy to add the signature to the meeting request manually in Outlook. This article shows you how to add a signature to a meeting request in Outlook.
Here’s how to automatically add email signatures to meeting requests
These steps work on versions of Outlook 2013 – 2019, but some older versions of Outlook also support this method, but the steps may be slightly different.
- First, you will open Outlook and in the left menu, click File > Options > Click Customize Ribbon.
- On the right side, under the Customize Ribbon section, check the Developer checkbox to activate the development tools.
- Click OK.
- Then switch to the calendar view and click New Meeting on the top ribbon.
- In the New Meeting window, click the Insert tab.
- Click on the “Signature” button and select the signature you want to insert.
- Then click on the “Developer” tab on the top ribbon and click on “Design this form”.
- In the new window that opens, click on Publish > Publish Form As.
- Enter a display name for the custom form, such as “Invite Meeting”, and then click Publish.
- Close the new meeting window.
- When asked if you want to save your changes to the current meeting invitation, click No.
- To use your new custom form, go to your calendar view and click New Items > Custom Forms > Click your saved custom form on the top ribbon.
This opens a new meeting invitation with your email signature automatically attached.
Using Outlook VBA
- First of all, you can access the Outlook VBA Editor as described in the article – “How to run VBA code in Outlook”.
- Then copy the following VBA code into the “ThisOutlookSession” project.
Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean) Dim objMeeting As Outlook.MeetingItem Dim strSignatureFile As String Dim objFileSystem As Object Dim objTextStream As Object Dim strText As String Dim objTempMail As Outlook.MailItem If TypeName(Item) = "MeetingItem" Then Set objMeeting = Item 'Change the path to your own signature file strSignatureFile = CStr(Environ("USERPROFILE")) & "\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Signatures\Test John Smith.htm" Set objFileSystem = CreateObject("scripting.FileSystemObject") Set objTextStream = objFileSystem.OpenTextFile(strSignatureFile) strText = objTextStream.ReadAll Set objTempMail = Outlook.Application.CreateItem(olMailItem) objTempMail.Display objTempMail.HTMLBody = strText objMeeting.Body = objMeeting.Body & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & objTempMail.Body objMeeting.Save objTempMail.Close olDiscard End If End Sub
- Then modify the commented code according to your own case.
- From now on, each time you send an outgoing meeting invitation, the predefined signature is automatically inserted at the end.
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