Setting up a signature for your email is a fantastic way for you to save time signing off your messages. In this article we’ll be covering how you can set up an email signature.
Side note: if you need assistance adding your email account to your mail client in the first place, please see this support article.
Setting up a signature on your mail client #
If you are accessing your emails through a mail client (e.g. Outlook or MacMail), then the signature is setup within that client.
Below, we’ve included links to various step by step guides for popular mail clients.
Here is a link to Microsoft’s official support guide on how to add a signature in Outlook.
You can find Apple’s official step by step guide on how to add a signature in Mail here.
Please see the official guide on how to add an email signature to Mozilla’s Thunderbird here.
Other mail clients #
While there are many mail clients around, adding a signature to each one is slightly different. We recommend taking a look at their support docs on how to go about adding a signature.
Our webmail #
If you are using our webmail, once logged in, you will need to navigate to Settings > Identities > Signature, then add one in there.
You can add either a plain text signature or HTML signature.
Need a great looking and effective email signature? #
Try HubSpot’s email signature generator here – it’s what we use.