Email signature blocks

This is the standard template for UQ staff auto signatures. Please see instructions below to find out how to set up the autosignature for PC and Mac users.

Jane Smith, Job Title
Office of Marketing and Communications [Faculty, School, Unit]
Room 123, JD Story Building, St Lucia
The University of Queensland 4072
T: +61 7 1234 5678 M: 1234 567 890
F: +61 7 3365 1488
E: @uq.edu.au W: www.uq.edu.au

CRICOS Code 00025B
The Office of Marketing and Communications is embracing the Green Office philosophy. Please consider the environment before printing this email.
This email (including any attached files) is intended solely for the addressee and may contain confidential information of The University of Queensland. If you are not the addressee, you are notified that any transmission, distribution, printing or photocopying of this email is prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please delete and notify me. Unless explicitly stated, the opinions expressed in this email do not represent the official position of The University of Queensland.


IMPORTANT NOTES FOR AUTOSIGNATURE
You do not need to include your mobile phone number if it is your personal phone.

HOW TO UPDATE YOUR AUTOSIGNATURE FOR PC USERS

  1. The new template for auto signatures appears above. Update all the sections that appear in red font
  2. Change the font colour to black (please note that the hyperlink to your email address should update to blue font automatically when you update it)
  3. Please ensure you include the CRICOS code
  4. Check your details – is everything correct?
  5. Highlight everything, right click and select copy
  6. Go into Microsoft Outlook and open a new mail message
  7. Go to the Insert Tab
  8. In the top left (in the ‘Include Tab’) you will see ‘Signature’
  9. Choose ‘Signatures’
  10. You can now paste the new signature over the top of your existing email signature, or you can create a new signature

HOW TO UPDATE YOUR AUTOSIGNATURE FOR MAC USERS

  1. Follow steps 1-5 above
  2. Open a new mail message
  3. Choose ‘Tools’
  4. Choose ‘Signatures’
  5. And choose ’New’
  6. Create a name for your signature
  7. Cut and paste your updated signature
  8. Exit