In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add email signatures in webmail but specifically to your Roundcube email client in Webmail.
All you’ll need for this is access to your Webmail or Roundcube email account, then you need to create a signature and add an image or logo to it.
Note: the digits in brackets e.g. (00:02) indicate the minutes of that exact explanation in the video so you can easily jump to that section and follow along.
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Video: Add Email Signatures in Webmail Tutorial
How to Add An Email Signature in Roundcube
To kick this off, log into your Webmail account, click on Settings in the right corner (00:19).
In the settings window, go to the Composing Messages option then scroll down to the Signature Options. On the Automatically add signature option you can choose never, always, new messages only, or replies and forwards only, select always.
Enable /check the place signature below quoted message option, make sure the other two options are enabled too (01:01), click the save button.
When you’re done saving, go to Identities, select your email then go down to the Signature option and add your signature text (01:26), then click the save button.
Enable the HTML Signature option, press OK to continue. The HTML signature will enable you to customize your signature, for example, you can change the formatting; like the font, font size, and you can even add a logo.
How To Add A Logo To Your Email Signature In Roundcube
To add your logo just click on the image option (02:03), then you can insert an image source, that is, the URL for your image/logo, press OK, then save.
When you go back to your email and compose, your email signature shows up (02:41), but, every time you’re composing an email you would have to select your Editor Type to be HTML for your customized signature to show up.
To make this happen automatically:
Go back to settings > composing messages >compose HTML messages, select always (03:07), then save.
When you go back to your email and compose, your editor type will automatically be set to HTML, with your HTML customized signature (03:16).
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