One of many wrongs, fuckups and things that are missing in Microsoft Outlook is the fact that you can’t set default signature for every new calendar meeting invitation, as you’d do for any new email message.
Things gets even worse as you dig through the problem and realize that Outlook developers were stupid enough to force you to design a whole new meeting template instead of just giving you an option to enable or disable this feature (as — again — it works in case of emails).
See, if you have the
Developer tab on the ribbon? If not then go to
Customize Ribbon and check the checkbox next to
Developer to enable it.
Here are the steps:
- Switch Outlook to calendar. Go to
Developertab. Click on
Design a Form.
Meeting Request <Hidden>item in opened window and hit
- Customize new template. Set some values. Paste signature. Etc.
- Instead of sending this template, publish it — hit
Formsection and select
- Give template’s name, like “Invitation with signature” (fill both
You’re done. You can close template editor ignoring request to save changes (your template is published).
Now you can start a new meeting invitation with your signature. Instead of pressing Ctrl+N as usual, make use of
New Items >
Custom Forms >