To configure signatures or email footers, you need to log in to the webmail panel (more information can be found here).
You can add an automatic signature at the end of your email messages. It can include your username and any additional text. If you're using an HTML editor, you can format your signature, add a URL link, and insert an image.
You can create more than one signature. For example, you can create an official signature for messages sent to clients and an informal signature for messages sent to friends.
If you have multiple email identities (also known as personas), you can create different signatures and assign them to specific addresses.
Here are the steps to configure email signatures:
- Go to the settings.
- Select "Signatures" in the settings menu.
- (Optional) To format plain text, click the "HTML Format" button and choose "Plain Text Format".
- In the "Name" text field, enter a descriptive name to identify the signature. You can create multiple signatures, so it's recommended to use a recognizable name.
- In the text field, enter the signature text you want to display. Using the "HTML Format" option, you can insert images, add links in the signature text.
- In the "Using Signatures" section, choose the default signature from the dropdown list, which will be used in messages sent from different accounts.
- You can control the signatures using these buttons (add more and delete).
- Choose the location of the signature in the message.
- Select "Above Quoted Messages" to add the signature at the end of the reply, before the quoted messages.
- Select "Below Quoted Messages" to add the signature at the end of the message.
- Click the "Save" button.
These are the steps to configure email signatures in the webmail panel.