Want to delete your Office 365 email signature? Perhaps you’re looking to replace your email signature?
To delete your Office 365 email signature, click the Settings cog in the top right corner, then click “View all Outlook settings” at the bottom. From the Settings window, click “Compose and reply” from the middle column and then select your whole email signature on the right, and delete it.
Also, ensure you untick the 2 boxes below which say “Automatically include my signature on new messages that I compose” AND “Automatically include my signature on messages I forward or reply to”.
If you’re not sure how to do this, follow the instructions below.
How to Delete an Email Signature from Office 365
Log in to Office 365.
Click on the Settings cog in the top right corner and then click “View all Outlook settings” at the bottom.
Alternatively, you can search for “email signature” and click on the Email signature result that pops up. This will take you directly to the email signature settings.
From the middle column, click on “Compose and reply” to open the email signature settings.
Select your whole email signature (Ctrl + A to select all) from the right-hand side and then delete it.
Untick the following 2 options at the bottom:
“Automatically include my signature on new messages that I compose”
“Automatically include my signature on messages I forward or reply to”
Click Save at the top, and you’re done!
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2 Replies to “How to Delete/Remove an Email Signature from Office 365”
I have a signature in outlook 365 that will not delete. I selected everything and of course chose “delete”. The old signature appears to be gone, but soon as I try to enter the new one – the old signature reappears. This has been going on for over a week. I’ve deleted and saved many times with the same result.
I’m not 100% sure what is happening there, but it seems like it could be an Office 365 issue. Perhaps open a support ticket with Microsoft to see if they can resolve it.