If an HTML Email Signature has been created for you, you'll need to add it to Webmail to use it on your emails.
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, click on the
in the top right and corner of the screen. In the drop down box, choose
In the box that opens, click on '
'. In the tabs along the top, choose '
' and '
Add New Signature
in the box that appears, press '
' and then click on the <> icon. Now, paste the HTML your designer has given you in the box that pops up.
' once pasted.
Now give your signature a name and press '
Tick 'Always show signature when composing an email' and then press '
'. in the bottom right.
You now need to assign the signature you just created to an Identity. Navigate back to the settings, choose '
' but this time, go to the '
Click on the existing Identity and press '
'. In the popup box, set the default signature to be the one you just created. Press '
' and then '
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