Email signature setup

A default signature is often included under sent emails. Cloud86's hosting package also allows you to add such a signature for your email address by default.

For illustration purposes, we use the domain always replace it with your own domain in question. The domain is whatever is behind the @ sign in the mail address ( or entered in the url bar in the browser (after https://www. or https://).

To the Webmail

You can create a default signature for your email address by logging into the webmail for your email address. You can access the webmail online using the browser and the url webmail.<domain>. If we use our test domain then you will get the link In our example we are using the test domain, always replace this with your own domain. If you go to the webmail link then the username is the email address and the password is known to you.

Email signature setup

  1. Once you have logged in with your email address and corresponding password, go to Settings.
  2. Now the HTML formatting must be turned on to ensure that the email signature is displayed properly. You do this by clicking Preferences in the left menu and then under Composing Messages, set the Compose HTML messages option to always and click the Save button.
  3. Then under Display Messages, check that the Display HTML option is on (blue) and click the Save button.
  4. In the left menu, click on Identities, and then click on the email address to the right of that (in our example: A page will then appear on the right with fields where you can edit the identity of your email address, including a field for the Signature. Enter your desired signature here. If you want images, click on the images icon (just below Signature).
  5. Then click Save at the bottom of the screen.

If you need some help, you can always reach our support desk by email and on weekdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm you can also reach us by phone and via the chat in My Cloud86.