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How do I attach Signatures in Apple Mail and Gmail with Mailbutler?

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Mailbutler lets you create professional email signatures that you and your team can easily insert to outgoing emails. No HTML coding is required, and designs are always synced real time to your email client.

This article shows you how to insert an Email Signature created in Mailbutler to your message in Apple Mail and Gmail.

🙌 This feature can be extended in Mailbutler for Teams. You can share created items with your team members.

How to add a Signature in Apple Mail

1. Create an Email Signature on your Mailbutler Dashboard. If you have not created one, please follow this article. After you have created your signature, it will be automatically added to your email accounts on Apple Mail.

2. Open Apple Mail.

3. Select Mail from the menu bar on the top left corner of your screen.

4. Go to Preferences -> Signatures.

5. Click on the email account you want to use for the signature.

6. Choose the Signature you want to use by default when sending an email from the selected email account.

7. Return to Apple Mail and compose a new message.

8. You should see your default Signature already inserted in the email. To use another design, select the Signature drop-down menu.

Mailbutler signature drop-down menu in Apple Mail

9. Select the Signature you want to use.

Select one of the existing signatures

How to add a Signature in Gmail

1. Create an Email Signature on your Mailbutler Dashboard. If you have not created one, please follow this article. After you have created your signature, it will be automatically added to your email account on Gmail.

2. Open Gmail.

3. Start composing a message.

4. Click on the Signature button.

Mailbutler's signature button in Gmail

5. Select the Signature you want to insert to the message.

Select which signature you want to use
Updated on 14 March, 2019

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