Mimecast for Outlook: Applying Stationery to a Message

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You can add stationery to a message. This can be done when either composing a new message, or replying to an existing message. This requires the stationery to be configured by your administrator.

 

Mimecast for Outlook v7

 

To add stationery to a message:

  1. Either:
    • Compose a message.
    • Reply / forward a message.
  2. Click on the Mimecast tab.

    Outlook 2013 users should enable the pop-out feature in order to see the Mimecast Tab. This will not be visible when composing in the preview window.

  3. Click on the Message Stationery icon in the "Delivery Options" section. A list of the Stationery Layouts configured by your administrator is displayed.

    Message Stationery
  4. Select a Stationery Layout from the list.
    The "No Stationery" option can be used to apply no stationery layout to the message.
  5. Click the Send button. The stationery is added by the Mimecast Gateway when the message is sent.

 

Mimecast for Outlook v6.3 or Before

 

To add stationery to a message:

  1. Either:
    • Compose a message.
    • Reply / forward a message.
  2. Click on the Mimecast tab.

    Outlook 2013 users should enable the pop-out feature in order to see the Mimecast Tab. This will not be visible when composing in the preview window.

  3. Click on the Email Stationery icon in the "Delivery Options" section. A list of the Stationery Layouts configured by your administrator is displayed.
  4. Select a Stationery Layout from the list.
    The "No Stationery" option can be used to apply no stationery layout to the message.
  5. Click the Send button. The stationery is added by the Mimecast Gateway when the message is sent.

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