Outlook for Mac could be used as an alternative for Mac users due to Mac Mail setup complexities.
- Go to Outlook > Preferences - Select Signatures - Click the + (plus) sign to add a new signature, name it and hit enter - Right-click on the HTML file and open with Firefox or Chrome - Select the signature (ctrl + a) and copy it (ctrl + c) - Go back to Outlook and paste (ctrl+v) the HTML signature from the file - Click on the past icon and choose Keep Source Formatting
- Close the file - Choose whether you want the signature for new emails only, or both new and replies - Close the settings
Adding an HTML signature to Airmail
Airmail could be used as an alternative for Mac users due to Mac Mail setup complexities.
- Go to Airmail > Preferences - Click on Accounts if not pre-selected - Click on 3 dots next to relevant email account - Select Signatures - Select HTML in the signature window - Select all code/text and delete it - Copy and paste in signature HTML - Click save
Adding an HTML signature to Mac Mail
- Open the email we've sent you with your signature showing - Highlight and copy the signature - In Mac Mail, go to Mail > Preferences and select the Signatures tab - If you have more than 1 email account set up on your Mac, select the relevant one - Click the '+' button to the bottom right of the list of email accounts - Name the signature if you want - Type an easy to recognise word in the white text box to the right (eg REPLACE) - Ensure the "Always match my default font" checkbox is off - Close Mac Mail - Open Finder and go to Go > Go to Folder - If you store your emails in iCloud, paste in ~/Library/Mobile Documents/com~apple~mail/Data/MailData/Signatures/ - - - Otherwise paste in ~/Library/Mail/ and select the V folder > MailData > Signatures - Find the .mailsignature file with the latest date - Right-click on the file and open with TextEdit - Find your replacement word in the file and TRIPLE click on it (this will select the entire 'body' paragraph) - Delete the highlighted text and paste the HTML into the file and save & close - Right-click on the file and select 'Get Info' - Check the 'locked' button in the 'General' section - Close the Get Info box - Open Mac Mail and your signature will be ready to use
Please note that we are aware that this is a right pain! So if you want us to get it added to your Mac, please drop us a line.
Adding an HTML signature to iPhone Mail
- Open the email we've sent you with your signature showing - Highlight and copy the signature (drag over the preview until you have it all selected, then select ‘copy' from the popup menu) - Go to your iPhones Settings > Mail > Signature - If you have more than 1 email account set up on your phone, make sure you select the right one - Delete any signature that may already exist - Tap and hold in the signature box and select ‘paste; from the popup menu - Shake the iPhone and an ‘undo change attributes’ pops up > select ‘undo'
Adding an HTML signature to Gmail
- Log in to https://mail.google.com/mail - Open the email we’ve sent you with your signature showing - Highlight and copy (ctrl+c) the signature - Click on the cog icon in the top right-hand corner - Select ’see all settings' - In the tab that automatically opens (General), scroll down until you see the signatures section - Select ‘create new' - Name the signature as required - Paste (ctrl+v) the signature into the right-hand window - Below the signature window, choose the new HTML email from the email list below ’signature defaults' - Select the new signature for both New Emails and Reply/Forward emails - Ensure 'Insert signature before the quoted text in replies, and remove the '--' line that precedes it is ticked - Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click ‘save changes'