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Stella Goulding

Emailing from Open GI

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Hello

 

Please can anybody tell me if you can bring your own company logo and address through when sending email direct from Open GI - do you need Open Print Manager to do this or can it be done another way?

 

Look forward to hearing from you.

 

Many thanks

 

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If you want to include the logo in your email then I would have expected you to be able to set up an email template with this included in open attach ?

 

If printing to a document - word / PDF then I cannot answer.

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Hi Stella

 

There are a few ways this can be done.

 

As DaveB has said, if it is just for an email, then you will need to set up eMail templates / signatures from within Outlook.

 

There may also be an option in OpenAttach to do the same if you have this

 

You may also need the actual document produced by Open GI to have the "letter head" on the document. If so this can also be done in Open Print Manager settings / set-up , then this is also possible - but you may need OpenAttach as well.

 

Not sure if you have those products - so maybe worth a chat with your friendly Open GI Account Manager :)

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