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Auto Email Signature in a new email, How can I define HTML email signatures for outgoing emails?
 
Is it possible to define HTML email signatures which would be displayed in each new message?
Can I have an option to choose which email signature I want to use?
Also, can I set the default email signature for each email account separately?

MS Outlook, Thunderbird, Opera Mail have this option and it can be easily found.
Even after Google searching, The Bat Forum searching and spending an hour in The Bat interface I couldn't find this option which is very disappointing.

Can someone please help?
 
Account settings
  1. Open Account -> Properties
  2. Select Templates -> New message (or any other)
  3. If you wish to use HTML format choose Format -> HTML}Rich Text| in the Editor
You would have to  edit all of the Templates, there is not a single "Signature". Learn some of the variables and use this unique ability of The Bat! to your advantage :-)
 
Additionally/Alternatively, you can go to Tools | Quick Templates and set up a number of different signatures, that you can later use in the editor by typing their handle (a short name) and pressing Ctrl-Space. For example, I have Dutch and English signatures that I've called 'sig' and 'sige', respectively. To sign a Dutch message, I type 'sig' at the end and press Ctrl-Space. If I wanted to, I could also assign a keyboard shortcut to it, or use macro commands in it.

For more information on this, see https://www.ritlabs.com/en/support/help/65/#6604
Edited: Daniel van Rooijen - 11 October 2018 06:21:44
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Milan Regec wrote:
Account settings   Open Account -> Properties
 Select Templates -> New message (or any other)
 If you wish to use HTML format choose Format -> HTML}Rich Text| in the Editor
 You would have to  edit all of the Templates, there is not a single "Signature". Learn some of the variables and use this unique ability of The Bat! to your advantage :-)
I've experimented with Templates/Text snippets and they are a very useful option, but I thought there is a separate signature option.

How can I enter a source code for the HTML Template?
I've tried pasting it, but then I have HTML source code in the template and not the product of that code.

Currently, there is autogenerated signature:
Code
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Best regards,
Vojkan Cvijanovic (Company Ltd)
It would be great if I could set my existing HTML signature instead that default one?
Can someone please help with this?

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Daniel van Rooijen wrote:
Additionally/Alternatively, you can go to Tools | Quick Templates and set up a number of different signatures.
This works great. Thank you.
 
Can someone please explain How can I enter an HTML source code for the HTML Template?
 
TB! doesn't allow raw HTML entry. Instead, it generates the HTML from the menu options presented, e.g., bold, bullets, color, etc. Just select the HTML format and use the menu options to create what you want. It works very well. Good luck,
david
 
I use an email signature creator called Newoldsatmap - (newoldstamp.com)
I'd like to have the ability to paste HTML and use the pre-configured HTML as it has added benefits of tracking etc.

It's preventing me using the Bat as my email client - back to thunderbird unfortunately as it allows the addition of HTML as a signature.
Edited: Adrian Williams - 27 October 2018 20:29:28
 
I stand by my earlier statement, that TB! prefers to control the generated HTML - and that is to ensure the message has no misformed HTML. However, if you want to enter a signature of HTML source code, you can do that in a quick template. Here are the steps, which are just an expansion of what Daniel suggested in an earlier post:

1. From Tools>Quick templates, create a template for your account and specify its use, e.g., new mail.  Be sure to give it a name ('handle').

2. Select Format and specify that it is to be HTML

3. Paste your HTML source code directly into the place for content. The HTML should be what normally appears between <body> and </body>, That is because, when writing the HTML message later, TB! will be inserting the HTML envelope code - although in some testing, I found TB! was able to correct the user error - but I wouldn't want make that as a regular assumption.

4. In Accounts>Properties, select the desired template, delete the signature component and replace with %QINCLUDE="handlename"

If your HTML is valid, you should see it when composing a message. Be sure to specify HTML format to see it properly. Good luck.

david
Edited: david kirk - 28 October 2018 17:03:04
 
It seems working for <font>

<body>
<font color="red">essai</font>
<img src="https://donnons.org/imgs/squares.jpg" width="150" height="150" />
</body>  

but the <img> integration not working.
Have you an idea ?
Edited: Nass Olivier - 18 December 2018 13:45:23
 
From my earlier statement, things go best if you design your HTML signature, but let TB! write the code. Especially for graphics. I recommend you put graphics on PC and use the TB! menus to ins ert graphic in to signature. I agree your code works in other clients, such as THunderbird, but this is TB!. In the long run, I think it best to focus on designing the signature, but let TB! do the code. This isn't a flaw; it's a cleaner appriach (my opinion) to ensuring error-free HTML. Good luck.

david
 
if you choose the default, then only the standard signature, with no other elements, but if you want something interesting, then you can use any applications like https://newoldstamp.com/gmail-email-signatures/ or many others,  there are has free services  
 
But how to insert when you use css styles??

I have try to paste a html generated with dreamweaver, but don´t get styles.
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