How to add Digital Signature to all outgoing messages in Microsoft Outlook 2007?
Don’t want anyone to tamper with your e-mail messages? One way can help you in preventing tamper of your e-mail messages and that is going for a digital signature for your outgoing messages in Outlook 2007.
You actually apply a digital mark to your Outlook messages by digitally signing each and every message. Digitally signing a message is not the same as including a signature in outgoing messages.Â Anyone can copy your simple e-mail signature, which is essentially customizable closing salutation. However, a digitally signed message can come only from the owner of the digital ID used to sign it. It is like a verification of the sender’s authenticity.
Here’s how you can add digital signature to all outgoing messages in Microsoft Outlook 2007. See how:
- Open Microsoft Outlook 2007.
- Click on the Tools menu and then select Trust Center from the drop down list.
- Click on E-mail security from the left pane.
- Under Encrypted e-mail, select the check box next to Add digital signature to outgoing messages.
- Click OK.
This is how you can keep your e-mail messages safe from tampering in Outlook 2007. The steps given above are quite easy and simple to follow. If you still come across any problem, you can go through our video solution that is given below. You can click on the play option in the below window to watch the video now.