How To Create An Email Signature And Autoresponder In Roundcube
Here’s how you can….
Create An Email Signature And Autoresponder On Roundcube!
It’s great to have a signature to your email, not only does it save you time every time you send an email to someone, but it also allows you to add links to your websites so that people you interact with can easily see how they can connect with you elsewhere too.
A signature can look like this for example:
This is how you set it up on Roundcube:
Log in to your cPanel at HostGator > Webmail
- Select Roundcube application
- Click on the Personal Settings on the Right Top Panel
- Select Identities Tab.
- Double Click on the Email you want to create the signature to.
- Write/create your signature.
- Click Save after you are done.
- > Go to Preference tab and check on the box for Compose HTML messages
After you’re done: test it:
Now you have your signature ready and it will be inserted automatically in every email you send.
I usually like to use the Georgia font and font size 12 and I have set the font color to a dark grey as it makes it softer to the eyes as well as it stands out from the actual email message which is written in black.
How To Set Up Autoresponder In Roundcube:
This is not to be mistaken or confused with for example Aweber, but this is the auto-responder that people who write you will receive after they have sent you an email. (Often times with the subject line “Thank you for your email”)
This is great to have, not only to let people know that you have received their email, but also if you’re on a vacation for example you can write that in your auto-responder to let people know that you’ll get back to them when you get back to the office for example.
This is how you do it:
Go to Cpanel at HostGator > Autoresponders:
Once there; leave the Character set on Default, and the time interval on “0”. (“0” means that the auto-responder will be sent immediately when someone writes you)
When you’re done; test it by writing to yourself from another email account to see if you receive the auto responder:
This is a great way to market yourself and of course you can insert HTML too instead of actual text links. It looks better actually to have for example Facebook Icons in your emails, but that’s just my personal opinion.
This is how it can look if you insert HTML in them:
The process is the same, only you select that you are going to insert HTML code in the signature instead of plain text.
Here’s a post about the Social Media Icons I personally use in this particular example:
Let me know if you have any questions!:-)