Create or Modify Signature File in Thunderbird
Signature is usually the common tailing signed-off text in email. Rather than typing the signature repeatedly, Thunderbird facilitates signature feature to quickly append it. This section guides you on how to create signature file in Thunderbird.
IMPORTANT NOTE Make sure you had set your font before continue.
For HTML-format email, one has to prepare the signature file either getting a programmer to write for you or “do it yourself”. The difference is that a programmer can craft a lightweight and percise signature file for you, making your email size a lot lighter, consistent, and percise.
Create Signature “Do-It-Yourself” Style
Alternatively, you can create your the signature on your own until you found your programmer to help you out. To do that, you can compose a new email and design your signature accordingly.
If you need to append a picture, upon pressing
- Select the image you want to display.
Attach this message to the message.
Don't use alternative text.
Save the Signature File
Once done, you:
Fileinside the sub-menu.
- Name your signature file. Example:
- Then save it into your desired directory.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
If the signature is composed in html format, it should be saved with the
.htmlextension. Otherwise, you can use
.txtextension for text-format email.
Modify Signature in the Future
To modify your signature in the future, you can simply just edit the signature file or repeat the DIY create signature process again and overwrite the existing signature file.
Configure Account to Use Signature File
Once done, if you have not do so, you can configure the account to use signature file. To do that, visit the following guide:
Configure Signature File