Month: June 2015

Mail Merge with PDF attachments in Outlook

Mail Merge is one of the most efficient features in Microsoft Office: you can design your document in Word, with smart text formatting, fonts and images – and send your text in individual messages via Outlook. You can use Outlook Contacts, or an external data file (Excel, Access, .csv or a text file) as your recipient data source, and add fields from your data file into your message text to personalize your message. The regular Mail Merge feature in Word allows you selecting 3 formats: HTML-message, Plain Text, or attach your individual document to your messages.

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Organization-wide legal disclaimer and disclosure statement on Exchange Server

When it comes to public representation of your organization’s image, there are no unimportant details. And even if there were some, legal disclaimers and disclosure statements you choose to include in outgoing messages would still deserve the closest attention. In brief, legal disclaimers and disclosure statements are wordings that express your company’s obligations and guarantees – or absence of such. In a more general sense, these collocations can also refer to any information which companies include in message signatures, and their unified formatting is arguably just as important as verified and approved content.

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