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Adding a Custom Signature

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If you want a custom signature to be added to the bottom of every email you send out through webmail, this article will tell you how. When signed into your webmail, do the following:

1. Click the Settings link at the top right hand corner of your screen.
2. In the new panel that shows up on the left, click Identities.
3. Click your email identity that you want to create a signature for.
4. In the Signature field, type whatever you would like to appear at the bottom of your emails.  You can either use the plain text version or if you want to send a link or make it prettier, choose to use html.
5. Click Save.
6. Click on the Mail icon in the top right to return to your inbox.  If you have your preferences set to attach a signature (see below), your messages should now show your signature underneath.

Not seeing your signature?

Check the settings for composing messages to make sure the box is checked for displaying your signature like this.

Go to Settings in the upper right, click on “Preferences” in the left menu, then “Composing Messages” in the next menu that displays.

The big view (click to view larger):

This is the section you need to look for and choose your preferences here:


Your signature will appear on any outbound message sent via the webmail interface. If you want a signature to be appended to your emails sent from external programs and apps, you will need to set it up there as well. Each app and program has different methods, so please see the help files for the particular program you use for instructions.

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