A signature appears at the bottom of email messages you send. It can include job title, company name, addresses, phone numbers, or any content you want to display. You can also upload images as part of the signature. To edit a signature, do the following:
Click the Settings link, located in the upper right corner of the webmail window.
In the left pane, click Composing Email.
Click the Signatures tab.
Select the signature in the Current Signatures list.
Click the Edit button.
Edit the Signature Name, as desired. This is for your own reference and will not be displayed in your signature.
In the Edit Signature area, make changes to your signature, as desired. You can use Plain Text or HTML. If you use HTML, you can format your text (e.g., bold, italics, colored text) and insert images. Note: If you switch to Plain Text, you will lose any HTML formatting you have applied.
Click the OK button.
Note: To use a signature as a default, it must be selected as part of an identity. To learn more, please see the help topic, “Add Identity.”
Select additional options, as desired:
To automatically insert the signature when composing a new email, select theAlways show signature when composing an email check box.
To automatically insert the signature when you are replying to an email, select the When replying to an email, insert my signature check box. Also, specify whether the signature should appear above or below the body of the message.
To automatically insert the signature when you are forwarding an email, select the When forwarding an email, insert my signature check box. Also, specify whether the signature should appear above or below the body of the message.
Click the Save button.
Note: When you are composing a message, you can select a signature from theSignature drop-down menu, which appears at the bottom of the Compose Emailwindow.