Sunday, February 7, 2010

How to Make an Email Signature for Yahoo Mail

An email signature is an efficient way to provide all those details you want to include in every email without having to retype them. You can configure Yahoo! Mail to automatically insert the same signature into every email you send.
  1. Step1

    Sign in to your Yahoo! Mail account. From the top navigation bar, click on "Options." You can find this on the far right-side of the screen.

  2. Step2

    Find the "Signature" link in the "Management" column on the right side of the screen. If you do not see it, make sure "Mail" is selected in the "Options" menu at the left.

  3. Step3

    Decide what information you want to be placed into your Yahoo! Mail signature. You can include your name, employment title, email address, mailing address, phone number, fax number or any other information you want. Some people like to include a brief quote or humorous line at the bottom of their signatures.

  4. Step4

    Input the information into the text field. Click on "Color and Graphics" to change the font color, font size and font style of your text and to add emotions to your signature.

  5. Step5

    Click the "Add signature to all outgoing messages" checkbox if you always want to use your signature. If you may not always want to use your signature, you can leave this unchecked and add your signature only when you want to.

  6. Step6

    Hit the "Save" button at the bottom when you are done creating your signature.

  7. Step7

    Add your signature manually by checking the "Use my signature" check box at the bottom of every Yahoo! Mail message. Although you will not see your signature, it will be added to the bottom of your email when it is sent.


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