Outlook may be the default email client for many businesses, but several start-ups choose to save money by using Mozilla’s free equivalent, Thunderbird.
But many don’t know how to customise their email the way they would in Outlook, and are unaware of how to make the same changes – including how to make an email signature.
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The signature process in Thunderbird is just as easy as it is in Outlook.
First, open the Notepad or any other type of text editing software, and then type in what you want to appear as your signature. Save it, and then open Thunderbird.
Go to “tools”, and then “settings”. On the left-hand side, you should see an option to click your email address – do this, and then click on the box that says “attach this signature”. Locate the text file, press “okay”.
The next time you create an email, your signature should appear at the bottom.