Create and insert a signature in Mac Mail
The signature attached to your emails can be customised to reflect your personal tastes, your company logo, or a particular mood. Signatures can contain text, links, and pictures; for example, you can create a signature for a business email that includes your name, job title, phone number, and company logo or photo.
Here's an example:
You can add signatures manually to individual email messages, or you can have a signature automatically added to every message that you send.
Create an email signature on Mac Mail
1. On the Mac Mail menu, select Preferences.
2. In Preferences, select Signatures.
3. In go on the Left Column select the account you would like to add a Signature and click the click the ‘+‘ to add a new Signature
4. Open your new custom made Signatures’ .HTML file in a web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) and select the entire Signature by using Select All [Command + A (⌘ + A)]and then Copy [Command + C (⌘ + C)] and then Paste [Command + V (⌘ + V)] the Signature in the new signature area. If you signature appear to be missing images, do not be alarmed 😧.
5. If you signature looks like the below, it is because the settings are stripping out the html. Uncheck “Always match my default message font.”
5. Once you signature is set up and pasted into your area, make sure that you select it in the “Choose Signature“ drop down to set up the default for that account (you can have more than one). If you cannot find it, you may need to drag your signature in the signature list (Middle Column) to the desired account (Left Column). You can also add your signature to as man accounts as you want. TIP: Make sure that “Place signature above quoted text” is checked.
6. Congratulations you are all set up and ready to go! Just start a new email or Reply/Forward to any email with that account, and your new signature will appear!