Adding an Email Signature
What is an Email Signature?
An email signature is just like a signature added to the bottom of a letter you write. It adds your information to the end of each email you compose. A typical business signature may look like this:
John Q. Smith
Vice President of Marketing
Why use a Signature on Your Email?
Adding an email signature to the bottom of your correspondance allows you to add additional information to your emails without having to manually type it in everytime you send a new email. By creating a signature the information will be included automatically in every email and saves time since you will not have to re-type it. Even for personal emails, you can add your various contact information or a favorite quote.
Setting up a Signature
Our knowledge Base articles contain various tutorials to assist you with creating signatures in the most popular email clients:
Please check the next article on Setting up an Email Autoresponder in Webmail. If you missed our previous article, please see the Managing your Address Book tutorial. For more information on this course please visit Email Features
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|1.||Configuration Options and Editing your Email Profile|
|2.||Managing your Address Book|
|3.||Adding an Email Signature|
|4.||Setting up an Email Autoresponder in Webmail|
|5.||Setting up an Email Forwarder|
|6.||Email Calendars Explained|