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How to set up email signatures

To set up email signatures in cPanel, follow these steps:

Log in to your cPanel account.

In the "Mail" section, click on the "Default Address" icon.

Scroll down to the "Email Signatures" section.

Here, you can create different signatures for your email accounts. You can choose to create a global signature that will be applied to all outgoing emails, or you can create separate signatures for specific email accounts.

To create a new signature, click on the "Add Signature" button.

In the "Signature Name" field, give your signature a descriptive name.

In the "Signature Text" field, enter the text you want to include in your signature. You can use HTML formatting to style your signature with different fonts, colors, and even images.

If you want to include an image in your signature, click on the "Upload Image" button and select the image file from your computer.

Once you've entered your signature text and added any images, click on the "Save" button.

If you want to set the newly created signature as the default for all outgoing emails, select it from the "Default Signature" drop-down menu.

If you want to assign the signature to a specific email account, click on the "Email Accounts" link in the "Mail" section of cPanel.

Select the email account you want to assign the signature to, and then click on the "Configure Email Signature" link.

Select the signature you want to use from the drop-down menu, and then click on the "Save" button.

That's it! Your email signature(s) should now be set up and applied to your outgoing emails. You can repeat these steps to create and assign different signatures for different email accounts or purposes.

Updated on: 18/04/2024

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