With today’s high speed internet access its imperative that you protect yourself from the outside world. One of the best ways to do this is to install a broadband router or firewall between the internet and you computer(s). Routers have dropped in price over the years so there is no reason not to have one.
Routers are used to block or filter certain types of network traffic from reaching your computer. They are configurable so you can tell it what you want to come in and what you want to stay out.
Different signatures can be used for new messages, replies or forwards and also for different email accounts if you have more than one configured in Outlook. Signatures can contain plain text, HTML, images, links and business cards. These signatures are customizable and you can apply themes as well as different fonts to them.
To add a signature to Outlook, click on the Tools menu, then Options and then the Mail Format button. Finally click on the Signature button. For Outlook 2010 go to the File tab, then click on Options, Mail and then the Signatures button.
The first thing you want to do is make sure you are setting up the signature for the right email account from the drop down list on the right. If you only have one email account in Outlook then you don't need to worry about this part.
Click on the New button and type a name for your signature. This is in case you have more than one that you want to use and makes it easy to choose between them. Now you can choose if you want to use the signature for new messages, replies/forwards or both. After you name your signature you can type in what you want it to say and then format it to your liking. You can also add a picture or link etc to customize it further. When you are finished click on Ok and it will be inserted next time you click on New Message.