Installation Tips

How to install an email signature in GMAIL

Thank Google for making the Gmail signature installation process very easy. Open your HTML signature file in your web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer) Copy your entire signature, including images Log into your GMAIL account and go to settings (in the drop down menu when you click the gear looking icon) Scroll down until you find the Signatures: portion Paste your signature into the signature area, and keep scrolling down to save your changes […]

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How to install a signature in Thunderbird

If your HTML/email signature has images that you do not want passed as attachments, installing a Thunderbird signature is a bit counter-intuitive. Even if you are using remote images and have your HTML file ready, you will need to go through these steps. If you do not, Thunderbird will download your remote images and attach them to your message. Open your .html signature file in your web browser Copy the entire contents of your signature, […]

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How to install an HTML signature in Mountain Lion

Installing a signature in Mountain Lion is a bit trickier than with Lion or Snow Leopard, but it’s still something you can do. You will have to follow these steps very precisely. Go to your Mail Prefences In the Signatures tab, create a new signature by clicking on the + sign Quit Mail. This is very important. Do not simply close it, but really quit the program (CMD+Q) Open Finder, and go to your Library. […]

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Installing an HTML signature in Snow Leopard and Lion

Installing your HTML signature in Snow Leopard and Lion is a quick 9 step process, and if you know what you’re doing, it can be done in under a minute. If you follow these step by step instructions carefully, you’ll have your HTML Signature in no time. As a word of caution, you need your HTML Signature to be in a .webarchive file. If your HTML signature is in a .HTML file, open it with […]

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Installing your Email Signature in Outlook 2013

In their Office 2013 suite, Microsoft has made the process of adding an HTML signature more complicated than it used to be. Thankfully, there’s always a workaround. If you use Outlook’s normal signature creating process, you will have all of your images passed through as attachments, even if they are remote images. Before you begin installing the signature, you will need to see the hidden files and file extensions. Go to your File Explorer (Windows […]

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