Using Signatures


This page describes how to use Signatures

  

 
Signatures are pieces of text that are attached to the bottom of an email when it is sent. Often people put their contact details in a signature.
 

In EasyMailer each email account can have its own signature, as you may have a work account and a home account and would want to use different signatures with them. You set up the signatures at the same place as you set up email accounts. Colours and other rich text formatting may be used.

 

Once you have set up your signatures, using them is very easy.

 

sigtick.gif (2205 bytes) When you edit a new Email, if there is a signature for the current account present then you will see a little tick or a cross at the bottom left of the screen.
 

The tick means that signatures are in use, you will also notice the box where you type your email out has been split. The signature is in the bottom part. You can move the split up and down as much as you like.

 

If you click on the green tick a red cross will appear. Also the signature that was displayed will disappear. This means that a signature is available for this account but is not being used. Just click on the cross and the tick and the signature will come back.

sigcross.gif (1634 bytes)

 

In the preferences menu for sending email, you can specify to have the signature automatically put at the top of the message when you are replying to an email.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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