How to add signature with image to mozilla thunderbird mail client

Yesterday (21-Jan-2014), our network administrator was in leave and one of our UK office colleague asked me,’how to add signature to mozila thunderbird mail client’. Based on that, i had prepared this article to help everyone.

We can done this in two ways, see the details.

1) Method-1 : How to add signature with image to mozilla thunderbird mail client using html codes ?

Open the mozilla thunderbird mail client and choose the email id which you want to add signature and “right click” >> settings >> mail id >> signature text >> Tick, use HTML check box and past the below code.

<div>
Kind Regards, </br></br>
<span style="color:#ffae00;"><strong>Magesh M</strong></span></br>
<span style="color:#25c5fa;">Admin of the BLOG</span></br>
<img src="file://D:\mageshm\magesh-personal\2daygeek\2daygeek-logos\2daylogo.png" /> </br>
2Day Geek Info Tech</br>
Address: NO.5, SECOND FLOOR, TRUSTPURAM,  </br>
PULIYUR MAIN ROAD,KODAMBAKKAM </br>
Chennai – 600024 (India)</br>
Phone No:  91-9941700100 </br>         
Email:   <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a></br>
Website: <a href="https://www.2daygeek.com">https://www.2daygeek.com</a>
</div>

Note :

You should save your image (png,jpg, jpeg, etc..) at you local PC and mention the location above <img src=”file:// and followed by location. If you had done the above steps, just compose the new mail you will be getting the signature with image.

2) Method-2 : How to add signature with image to mozilla thunderbird mail client using html file ?

Open the mozilla thunderbird mail client and choose the email id which you want to add signature and “right click” >> settings >> mail id >> Tick, Attach the signature from a file instead of (text, HTML, or image) check box and choose the file (I had created the file called signature-sample.html and pasted the below content and save it).

<div>
Kind Regards, </br></br>
<span style="color:#ffae00;"><strong>Magesh M</strong></span></br>
<span style="color:#25c5fa;">Admin of the BLOG</span></br>
<img src="file://D:\mageshm\magesh-personal\2daygeek\2daygeek-logos\2daylogo.png" /> </br>
2Day Geek Info Tech</br>
Address: NO.5, SECOND FLOOR, TRUSTPURAM,  </br>
PULIYUR MAIN ROAD,KODAMBAKKAM </br>
Chennai – 600024 (India)</br>
Phone No:  91-9941700100 </br>         
Email:   <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a></br>
Website: <a href="https://www.2daygeek.com">https://www.2daygeek.com</a>
</div>

Note :

You should save your image (png,jpg, jpeg, etc..) at you local PC and mention the location above <img src=”file:// and followed by location. If you done the above steps, just import the file called signature-sample.html and compose the new mail you will be getting the signature with image.

Output :

If you use anyof the above method, Your output is should be below.

Kind Regards,

Magesh M
Admin of the BLOG

Address: NO.5, SECOND FLOOR, TRUSTPURAM,
PULIYUR MAIN ROAD,KODAMBAKKAM
Chennai – 600024 (India)
Phone No: 91-9941700100
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.2daygeek.com

Magesh Maruthamuthu

Love to play with all Linux distribution

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