The free webmail client RoundCube also allows you to set up a signature for outgoing messages.
First, click on "Settings" at the top right side of the page:
On the Settings page, click on the "Identities" Tab, then click on the identity that you wish to edit. If you have no identities established, there will only be the default identity that you can select. You may also create a new identity by clicking on the plus symbol at the bottom of the identities list.
When you click on the identity, you will see the identity edit screen appear to the right.
If you wish to use HTML in your signature, simply click the HTML Signature checkbox. This will cause the Signature field to display as shown below, allowing for special formatting.
HTML Signature Box:
A toolbar appears when you click the checkbox for HTML Signature. To add an image, link, or other HTML-based command, click on the button in the toolbar labeled HTML. Note: Any image that you use in the signature must have a link that accesses the image through the internet. For example: <img src="http://websitename.com/IMAGE-name.jpg"> .
Click Save and now all outgoing emails will have your signature!
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