SmarterMail 14.x Help

Signatures

An email signature is a block of text automatically appended at the bottom of an email message. Signatures may contain the sender's name, address, phone number, disclaimer, or other contact information. In addition, SmarterMail allows users to create HTML formatted signatures that can include stylized text, links, images, etc. For example, a signature can contain a company logo and tagline, an image that links to a personal or business social media account, or even links to other properties, like a company's help desk or management interface. Check out the SmarterTools knowledge base for more information on how to customize signatures.

To access your signature settings, click the settings icon. Then expand the My Settings folder and click Signatures in the navigation pane. The signature settings will load in the content pane and the following tabs will be available:

Mappings

Use this tab to assign a signature to your mailbox. Note: Domain administrators can enforce signatures on a domain-wide basis. In such cases, users may not be able to map a signature to their SmarterMail mailbox. However, users will still be able to map signatures to any SMTP mailboxes that have been added to their account.

Signatures

Use this tab to create or edit signatures. To create a new signature, click New in the content pane toolbar and complete the appropriate fields. To edit an existing signature, select the desired signature and click Edit in the content pane toolbar.

Depending on the SmarterMail Edition being used, some variables may be available for Domain Administrators to easily template out signatures for each user of a domain. Professional Edition administrators have access to a few variables that pull from a user's Account Settings whereas Enterprise Edition administrators have access to a much broader amount of information found in a user's Account Profile.