Start by opening Outlook and clicking on File and then Options.
Click on Mail along the left-hand side and then Signatures.
To create a new signature, click on the New button and give your signature a name. We recommend RIT. Then click OK.
Then setup your signature. Use the drop downs in the upper right-hand corner to set your signature for your email account. If you have multiple accounts, you will need to specify with signature you want to use for which account. Be sure to set your signature for both New messages as well as Replies/forwards.
Don't forget that your signature must follow the RIT Signature Standards.
Once done, click OK.
To setup a signature in Thunderbird, start by opening Notepad, which you can find in your Start Menu.
Once Notepad is open, setup your signature how you would like it.
Don't forget that your signature must for the RIT Signature Standards.
Once done, save the file to your P: drive.
Open Thunderbird and click on Account Settings under the Tools menu.
Go to your account and check the Attach this signature checkbox. Then click the Choose button and find the file you created using Notepad. This contents of this file will be added to your email as your signature.