Are You Using the Custom Email Signature Yet?

A few months ago we greatly enhanced your ability to customize each user’s profile, including the ability to create your own Email Signature.  We have converted all Letters that are available in the FORMS page so that they use the Email Signature from the User’s table.

Many have updated their user settings to include images, links to their email address and links to their company web address.  Some have even added a link in the signature to open the Referral Submit Form to allow addressees the ability to submit referrals directly to their database!  Cool!

But many have not yet updated their Email Signature.  Why not?  It is easy to do, doesn’t take much time and you can choose between four different templates to help you get started.  Imagine all emailed letters from your ReloSpec database having a signature that looks like this:

The Relocation Team

Barb, Kathryn and Tim
Outbound Referrals and Pre-Marketing Managers

(402) 426-9542 – Direct
(402) 426-2169 – Fax
info@prosws.com
Click here to Submit a Referral!

To get started, from the Main Menu page, click ‘Utility Settings’, ‘Users’, select the name and click the pencil to make changes. While you’re there you can change Passwords, choose between nine (9!) different Themes (color combinations) and make other selections to customize your ReloSpec experience.

Let us know if you need help with any of the Users table settings or any ReloSpec issue. We’re here to help you!

2 Responses to “Are You Using the Custom Email Signature Yet?”

  1. Cauline Osenbach Says:

    I had asked about being able to attach a form or whatever to an email which is generated from the system. No response due to Sandy, but could you respond to this now?

    Thank you

    Cauline

    Cauline Osenbach

    Corporate Properties Manager

    Windermere Relocation

    cosenbach@windermere.com

    Office 206-526-7730/Cell 425-239-9316

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