posted this on November 23, 2009 09:53 pm
In Postbox, creating and editing signatures is fast easy to use. You can manage signatures within a dedicated Preferences panel, and when composing a message, signatures have a dedicated toolbar button which allows you to choose from the list of signatures that you have created. Here's how to create, configure, and use signatures in Postbox.
To create a new signature, go to:
On Mac: Postbox | Preferences | Composition | Signatures
On Windows: Tools | Options | Composition | Signatures
Next, click the Add or + button to open the editor drop down. Create your signature and use the formatting buttons to style your entry. You cacn create additional signatures by simply clicking the Add or + button again. To edit an existing signature, click the Pencil button below the list.
To further customize your signatures, Postbox offers the ability to edit the underlying HTML code. To read more, please refer to this Knowledge Base article: Advanced Styling for Signatures
Each account or identity can contain one default signature. To set this, go to
Here, you can control wether your signature is included in replies and forwards, and determine where the signature is placed when replying. To do this, simply change the option that reads "and place my signature" to below the quote or below my reply.
Postbox will automatically use your default signature when you create a new message. Use the Signatures toolbar icon to change the default signature, or to insert a new signature if one doesn't exist.