How to Set Up an Email Signature in Thunderbird?
Thunderbird, Mozilla’s kid, is a popular free email service to send, receive, and manage your correspondence. In addition to many features that this email client has (some of which are actually unique), you can add an email signature to your account.
Email signatures are the best way to share your contact information with a recipient, show them who you are (by adding social media links), and guide them to your content (with a banner). So, let's see how you create a signature.
Open Newoldstamp editor and fill in your information. It has a simple interface to make your signature awesome. Just add your name, company, job title, phone numbers, and website address.
Then you can upload your photo or company logo, add social media icons, and choose their style. Newoldstamp also allows having a CTA button and a promotional banner in the signature. Choose one from the gallery or upload your own.
Once you are ready with the design, click “Save and install” under your signature and choose Thunderbird as your email client. You will see an HTML code below, which you need to copy. It’s very easy and does not require any knowledge of programming. Just copy your signature to insert it into your client then.
Go to Tools - Account Settings section in your mail client. Choose the “Use HTML” option and paste your Thunderbird signature. After you saved it, spend some time to test. Just send an email to someone you know well, or to your alternative account, in order to see if all options are displayed well. If any correction needed, proceed with it in your signature generator in order to make sure everything is done professionally.
Now you upgraded your communication to a new level as all your letters are equipped with a professional Thunderbird signature.
Use it to show your expertise, means to connect with you, or product promotions.