Understanding Mac Mail Signatures

Setting up email signatures in Mac Mail can be confusing as signatures you create may not seem to be available after you create them. Learn how to create and manage your signatures, set default signatures, and choose alternatives.


Comments: 6 Responses to “Understanding Mac Mail Signatures”

    Bob McLeod
    4 months ago

    This Mail signatures session was so very helpful, well, as I am finding all your mini tutorials to be.

    Many thanks indeed. (Now, to go and check out your proper courses.)

    Bob

    Jon Paris
    4 months ago

    Any hints on how to trouble-shoot when signatures don't work Gary?

    On all but one of my accounts the signature works just fine. But even though my main account has a signature (actually there are now two) when I use that account for email no signature shows up.

    Having gone through this video I thought perhaps the selector might be my salvation but when I tried to use it "None" was the only option.

    Any ideas?

    4 months ago

    Jon: Watch the video carefully. Make sure you have assigned the signatures you want to the accounts you want.

    jon paris
    4 months ago

    Yup - followed all steps. Even removed the old signature and created a new version. Guess I'll call Apple Support and see what they have to say.

    Bill Neff
    4 months ago

    I really enjoyed this detailed explanation on signatures. I’ve had trouble with signatures in the past and NEVER thought about DRAGGING the signature to each email address! What a revelation!

    Stan Scardino
    4 months ago

    Very helpful. As a returning MAC user (last used on laptop in mid-90’s) I am often looking for something like this lesson on Signatures…like someone else, I had created signatures but could not get them to display…now they do!
    Brilliant!

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