Adding or editing default signatures Follow

You can set default signatures at two levels in Outpost:

  • Each mailbox in your account can have a default signature
  • For each user in your account can set a personal default signature

When you send a reply from a mailbox, the default signature for that mailbox will appear at the bottom. If you also have a personal default signature, that will appear above the mailbox signature, as shown in the example below:

outpost-default-signatures.png

 

Setting a default mailbox signature

Any Administrator can update the default mailbox signature at any time.

 

  1. In the bottom of the left sidebar, click the Settings icon:
    outpost-settings-menu.png
  2. On the Settings page, click Mailboxes:
    outpost-settingsv3-mailboxes.png
  3. Select the mailbox you'd like to edit from the sidebar. Click on its card to open the mailbox settings:
    manage-mailbox-sidebar2.png
  4. In the Signature field, enter or edit the mailbox signature:
    outpost-update-mailbox-sig.png
    Note: you can include bold, italic, or underlined text in your signature. If you add a URL to the signature, it won't appear as a live link within Outpost, but most email carriers will automatically convert the URL to a live link. So your recipient should receive a live link.

 

Setting a personal default signature

  1. In the bottom of the left sidebar, click the Settings icon:
    outpost-settings-menu.png
  2. Click Preferences:
    outpost-preferences-sidebar.png
  3. In the Signature section in the lower right of the page, enter your personal email signature:
    outpost-preferences-pers-sig.png

    Note: you can include bold, italic, or underlined text in your signature. If you add a URL to the signature, it won't appear as a live link within Outpost, but most email carriers will automatically convert the URL to a live link. So your recipient should receive a live link.

  4. Click Save Changes:
    outpost-preferences-save.png
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