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How to install a signature in Mac (Apple) Mail?
How to install a signature in Mac (Apple) Mail?

Installation Guide (Mac Mail)

Ira | Newoldstamp avatar
Written by Ira | Newoldstamp
Updated over a week ago

Note: Please make sure you use either Google Chrome or Firefox during installation.

Once you have created your email signature on, click Save to dashboard button. You can watch the video tutorial on how to install it in Mac Mail:

Or follow the step-by-step instructions provided below:

Step 1. Copy Your Signature.

1.1. Hover over the signature you want to install in the Signature list and click Use button.

1.2. In a new window, select the Mac mail icon in the list of email clients in the right corner.

1.3. Below the Signature preview, click Copy signature button to save the signature code in the clipboard.

Step 2. Add Your Signature to Mac Mail Settings.

2.1. Open the Mac Mail App on your Mac or MacBook and select Mac Mail App signature settings (Mail > Settings > Signatures).

2.2. Choose which account you want to use the signature for and click "+" button to add a new signature and give it a name.

2.3. Uncheck the "Always match the default font" box.

2.4. Paste the signature into the signature box (keyboard shortcut Command + V on Mac).

Note: If you want your signature to appear after the original text of messages you reply to or forward, deselect the "Place signature above quoted text" tickbox.

2.5. Close the signature settings window regardless of how the signature looks on the preview, as sometimes it may look disrupted. 

Step 3. Finalize and Test.

Now, compose a new email to see your unique email signature in action.

Important note: If you've saved your signature and it's not formatting correctly in the email, double-check the following settings:

  • The "Always match my default message font" setting should not be selected.
    Please check this in your mail settings and paste it into your signature only after it's been unchecked.

  • If your signature looked alright yesterday, and there are no links or images today, your plain text setting is activated in your emails. Check your Composing settings to make sure the Rich Text option is selected.

  • Please also check if your Mac Mail allows you to Load remote content in messages (images included in your signature stored on our secure server) by doing the following:

    • For macOS Big Sur and earlier, go to Mail > Settings > Viewing > check the Load remote content in messages box. This will make sure all images load in your emails.

    • For macOS Monterey and newer, go to Mail > Settings > Privacy > uncheck the Protect Mail Activity and Block All Remote Content boxes.

If you have any additional questions or need help with the installation process, please contact our Support Team via live chat or email.

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