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Let your email recipients know a little bit about you. Add a custom signature to messages you send from your Mail for Windows accounts. Learn how to automatically include text, HTML, and images at the end of any email you write.

How to Add a Signature to Mail for Windows

If you have more than one email account set up in Mail for Windows, create separate signatures for each account, or use the same signature for all your accounts.

To change the default signature appended to emails:

  1. Type mail in the Windows 10 search box and press Enter to open Mail for Windows 10 quickly.

  2. Select Settings (the gear icon), which is at the bottom of the navigation pane on the left side of the screen.

  3. Select Signature in the Settings pane on the left.

  4. Select the Use an email signature toggle switch to turn it to the On position.

  5. Select the Apply to all accounts checkbox to apply the same signature to all multiple email accounts in Windows Mail. Alternatively, if you only want to add a signature to emails sent from one specific email account, choose the Select an account and customize your signature dropdown arrow and select the account you want to change.

  6. In the text box, enter the email signature. The default text is "Sent from Mail for Windows 10." Overwrite this text to change it.

When you compose a new email in Mail for Windows, your signature automatically appears at the bottom of the message.

How to Add Images and Formatting to Signatures

Originally, Mail for Windows 10 only supported plain text signatures. Now, it's possible to use different fonts and add images to signatures without a workaround. Use the toolbar above the text field to add links, images, and formatted text to your signature. You can even include emojis.

Tips for Making Your Email Signature

When you style your email signature, keep it simple. A suitable signature includes:

  • A few lines of text (no more than four or five)
  • Simple text styling with few colors
  • A small image or logo

Instructions in this article apply exclusively to the Mail app for Windows 10.

Specific account signatures can be turned on and off, but if you turn off your signature (for one account or all accounts), you will not be able to add that signature to any new email messages manually.