Support Article ID: 81150
If you have ever counted the number of emails that you send out during the day I am sure that you will be astonished at just how much work you really do. That's why at GTP we believe you should create a signature file that makes all forms of contact possible and professionally brands every email with your company details.
Simple and Immediate Branding
The way to do this is with a signature file which can be set up in your email program to be added to the bottom of every email that you send.
Your signature file can be a simple text footer with your name and company contact details (including your web site address). Or you can add in your company logo to create additional impact with your emails.
HTML Email Templates
Some companies go a step further and create a full email HTML template wherein the company's services are listed to remind the recipient of all the other services that are provided. This process usually requires a design and implementation stage which we are happy to help you with.
Using Outlook Express to Create a Signature
To add a signature to outgoing messages
Or Create a HTML Template
To create stationery for outgoing messages
You can use the Stationery Wizard to create new looks for your email and newsgroup messages.
Using Microsoft Outlook to Create a Signature
Please click the Help menu item in Outlook and search for signatures. You will find the area to edit your signature file under Tools > Options > Mail Format.
Using Thunderbird to Create a Signature
Thunderbird does not provide any built in tools to create signature files. Use your operating system tools to create them - for example a plain text editor like Notepad.
Thunderbird does not provide any special place to store signature files. You could create a Signatures directory in your profile to store them, making them easy to back up along with the rest of your profile. Or you could store them somewhere else. More On Thunderbird Signatures