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How to set up HTML Signature in Gmail

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If you would like to install an HTML email signature into Gmail instead of Outlook or other mail program, Gmail users are in luck as the installation process is very straight forward and simple.

Firstly, you will need to request that a Prop Data Support agent send you the correct and latest version of your email signature!

Follow these 4 easy steps below to get your fancy looking email signature installed to Gmail:

Step 1: Open the HTML file sent to you via email

 

 

Double click the attached HTML Signature file (this will open in your default web browser and you may need to extract it before the file will be openable on your computer)

Step 2: Copy Signature


Select your entire signature design (Ctrl+A on Windows, Command+A on Mac) and Copy (Ctrl+C on Windows, Command+C on Mac). On other browsers where you cannot select the content by highlighting it, go to Edit > Select All and then Edit > Copy

Step 3: Open GMail Settings within Gmail


In Gmail, you will see a Machine Wheel/Cog icon on the upper right hand side. In the drop down menu, go to Settings.

Step 4: Paste HTML Content and Save


Under the General tab in Settings, scroll down till you find the Signature section. Click inside the Signature edit box and go to Edit > Paste to paste in the HTML you have stored in the clipboard (Command+V). Click “Save Changes” right below the Signature edit box.

As always, if you have any issues with this procedure our Support Team is always be available to assist you Monday to Friday, from 8am to 5pm.

Contact us on:

Phone: 031 266 0035

Email: support@propdata.net

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