The Mac OS X operating system, which runs on all Apple desktop and laptop computers, includes an e-mail program commonly referred to as Mac Mail. Within Mac Mail, you can create different e-mail signatures to use when composing outgoing messages. If you want to use a piece of HTML code in an e-mail signature, you will have to manually import it into Mac Mail's internal program files.
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Things you need
- Mac running OS X 10.5 or later
Click on the "Mail" icon in the dock to launch Mac Mail.
Go to the "Mail" menu at the top of the screen and choose "Preferences."
Go to the "Signatures" tab, press the plus button and then enter a name for the new signature you are creating.
Open the HTML code you want to use in the Safari web browser program, go to the "File" menu and choose the "Save As" option.
Highlight your username from the left side of the window and then navigate to the /Library/Mail/Signatures folder. You will see a file labelled with a long string of numbers and letters. This file represents the blank signature you just created in Mac Mail.
Set the file format to "Web Archive."
Fill in the "File Name" field with the long string of numbers and letters that you see in the main section of the window and then press "Save."
Choose the "Replace" option when Safari tells you that a file with that name already exists. This will overwrite the blank signature file, and when you restart Mac Mail, the program will recognise the HTML signature instead.
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