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Adding an email link in the signature

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A lot of people doubt if they should add their email address to the signature. After all, the recipient will see their address when opening the message. There is no rule; it is more a personal choice.

If you’d like to add an email address to your email signature, it would be great to add a clickable link to automatically compose a new message in the default email client on your computer or phone.

This avoids the need to copy and paste the email address when composing a new message.

If you’d like a quick tutorial, watch the video at the end of this article.

Unlike when you link to a site with http: or https: the link to open a new email message composer should start with mailto:

Please take a look at this example:


See the example pop-up in the URL field, created with the editor.

Email link in the email signature

Once you create a link with this text, the standard email client of your recipient will automatically open their message composer.

Video tutorial

Watch a quick video showing how to add a link to an email signature

After adding it, you can also change the color of the link. Save the signature to keep the changes.

All done! If you have any questions or difficulties, please get in touch with our support team.

Updated on 1 de December de 2020

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