Just like its predecessors, Outlook Express and Windows Mail Vista, Windows Live Mail too lets you create an email signature and have it automatically appended to outgoing messages. Additionally, if you have multiple email accounts set up in this program, each can have its own email signature.
An email signature is so much more than its non-digital counterpart. People generally include their:
But nothing stops you from adding a sales blurb or a mentioning an ongoing promotion at your company. Some people also put in wise quotes and, yes, jokes! Come to think of it, you are limited only by your own creativity! For ideas and advice, I suggest checking my email signature tips.
Below are the instruction to help you create a simple email signature in the Windows Live Mail program. This is a fairly simple process but if you get stuck or confused at any point refer the screenshot in the slideshow.
OK, this was just the tip of the iceberg. You can also make email signatures with embedded images, links and fancy text formatting. Unfortunately, creating such signatures in Windows Live Mail is not easy because of the absence of a formatting toolbar. But there is no need to despair. Using a little common sense, you too can get a Windows Live Mail email signature of your dreams – refer that for details.
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