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E-mail signature is a block of text that is added to the end of an e-mail message you send to someone. On a general note, a signature is basically used to provide the recipient with your name, e-mail address, business contact information, or Web site URL.

Email signature doesn't have to contains only your name; it can also serve as a calling card that carries your personality, and gives additional contact information. The Apple's desktop Mail app lets users to add and use multiple signatures, and assign different ones to each account.

For instance, your personal email account provides your home address, while your business signature only provides your office phone number. So here's how to add signatures in Apple Mail.

Open your Mail app and click on Mail in the menu bar.

Then click on Preferences.

Then select Signatures.

So click plus (+) sign to add new signature.

So give your signature a name. You can give it a nice title in case you plan to use multiple signatures.

Then compose the signature you would like to use. You can also right-click the message and select Font to change the font formatting. So now in case you insert a URL, it will become a clickable link when received.

Then drag the title of the signature to the email accounts you want to use it with. 

Then click on each account you drag it to. 

Then select None.

Select the signature to set it as an account's default signature. So you can repeat the above steps for each account.

Then click on your signature's name while composing an email to select from your options.

Then select your signature.

So now if you send your message, the chosen signature will appear at the bottom of your message. URLs inserted will become clickable links.

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