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How to install stationery in Mac Mail?


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I'm relatively new to MAC. Currently operating under MAC OSX 10.4 and have an email custom stationery -- html document -- that I am trying to insert into MAC Mail 2.0. I have instructions on how to install it into Outlook Express but how do I install it into Mac MAil?

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First off: Generally speaking Html email is nearly always a bad idea, as some clients don't display it properly as it can be used for various malicious things...

But if you really want to customize your default emails, Mail only has an option for a signature (either text or an image). Entourage is more flexible in this area I think...
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First off: Generally speaking Html email is nearly always a bad idea, as some clients don't display it properly as it can be used for various malicious things...

But if you really want to customize your default emails, Mail only has an option for a signature (either text or an image). Entourage is more flexible in this area I think...

Thanks for this. But i want to know that how could i add images in signature?
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Thanks for this. But i want to know that how could i add images in signature?
Just drop an image into the signature field in Mail's preferences.
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