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Creating an Email 'Signature' in your Webmail interface

Creating Your Email Signature in your Webmail interface

Some webmail clients can automatically add a signature to the bottom of every email message you send. Signatures can include contact information, pithy quotes or just a name. Whatever it is, make sure it is something you want on almost all of your emails.

 Adding your signature to Horde webmail:

  1. Click on the Options button.
  2. The Options window has three columns, General Options, Mail Options and Other Options. Click on Personal Information under the General Options column.
  3. a) Now make sure that Default Identity is selected
    b) Select the identity you want to change (probably "Default Identity"
    c) and click Edit Your Identities.
  4. Now you are presented with your name, email address and other information. The field for your signature is at the bottom of the page. Scroll down and enter your signature.
  5. When you're done, click Change at the bottom of the screen to save changes.
  6. When the screen refreshes, click Return to Personal Information, Options or Inbox to return to those locations.
  7. Compose a message and see your new signature. If you ever don't want your signature on a message, just delete it as you would any other text.

Adding your signature to RoundCube webmail:

  1. Click the "Personal Settings" button at the top right.
  2. Choose the "Identities" tab that appears at the right of the tab bar.
  3. If you have no identities listed, create a new one
  4. If you DO have an identity already listed there, select it.
  5. In the large Text area you may enter your signature (no more than 4 lines of text)
  6. Be sure to press the Save button when you are finished
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