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Hi everyone,

maybe someone be able to help?! I did try to set up a signature in Mail preferences but when I tried to "Add Link" to the website name, the URL window doesn't pop up where I could type in the address.
How can I find it?
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I have the same problem.. did you find out how to fix it? i need to do it for work and it's urgent.
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You don't have to add link ... just type out the full path of the website (ie the http and the two slashes and the www part etc).

When the recipient gets it, it will be a clickable link. If won't be for you the sender, but it will be for them.
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The ability to even write the path is what is missing. The url window is simply not there anymore , so a path cannot be added onto the logo we have on our signature... we could do this previously and all of a sudden the window stopped appearing , when the boss's signature was to be made of all things...
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crossing my fingers hoping for help ... by the way thanks for the reply...
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