An email signature is a block of text automatically appended at the bottom of an email message. Signatures may contain the sender's name, address, phone number, disclaimer, or other contact information. In addition, SmarterMail allows users to create HTML formatted signatures that can include stylized text, links, images, etc. For example, a signature can contain a company logo and tagline, an image that links to a personal or business social media account, or even links to other properties, like a company's help desk or management interface. Check out the SmarterTools knowledge base for more information on how to customize signatures.
To access your signature settings, log into SmarterMail and use the Menu icon to navigate to the Settings section. Then click on Signatures in the navigation pane. The following settings will be available:
To create a new signature, click New Signature. Then enter a friendly name and the content that should be appended to each message. Using the Custom Variables button, you can add variables that will pull in account information or other details, such as the current date, your display name, website, etc.
Use this card to assign a signature to your mailbox and any SMTP accounts, email aliases or domain aliases that have been configured for your account. Note: Domain Administrators can enforce signatures on a domain-wide basis for user accounts, domain aliases and email aliases. In such cases, you may not be able to map a signature to these addresses.