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Setting Standard District Preferences for Signature and Reply

Setting Standard District Preferences for Signature and Reply

Setting Standard District Preferences for Signature and Reply

Ever get an email with a cryptic answer like "No. I don't" and have no idea to what it's referring.

There are certain preferences in First Class that will help everyone in the District communicate more effectively. These settings will help you see the message that someone is replying to, the date and timestamp of the original message and the headers from the original message (who it was sent to and who it came from). Please also make sure you read and understand the Acceptable Use Agreement.

Setting Standard District Preferences for Signature and Reply

  1. Select the Edit menu and click Preferences.FC_Edit
  2. Please set the following preferences under Messaging > Initial Content (boxed in red below)

    1. Cursor Placement in Reply to Before Quote – This places the text of your reply at the beginning of the message.
    2. Reply tagging to Name and Timestamp – This includes information about the sender and time of the message that is included in your reply.
    3. Forward tagging to Include Header Summary – This includes information from the original message about sender, recipient, date and time when forwarding a message.
    4. Select the checkbox next to Use ‘Reply with Quote’ for all reply types – This includes the email you are replying to by default for all reply types (e.g. ‘Reply’ or ‘Reply All’)
  3. To add a signature line click Add Signature.
  4. Give your signature a name. Click OK.
  5. Note: Email signatures MUST conform to the Acceptable User Agreement.

    1. The signature should include:

      1. Name
      2. Title
      3. Building Name
      4. Email address
    2. The signature may also include:

      1. Building Address
      2. Building telephone number
    3. First Class is for business email. Signatures MAY NOT include personal messages including, but not limited to, political, advertising, fundraising, or religious statements.
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