Note: When installing your email signature in Thunderbird, you need to use the HTML source code of the email signature.
Once you are ready to set up your email signature, open Thunderbird. On the top right, click the Settings icon and select Account Settings.
On the right side paste your new or updated email signature into the Signature text field. Be sure to select “Use HTML” if it isn’t already ticked.
Click to close the Account Settings window and compose a new email message. Enjoy your new signature!
Note: Thunderbird will often show red borders inside and around the email signature when you compose a new email. Those borders will not be visible to your recipients, and your email signature will look normal to them.
2 Replies to “How to Add an Email Signature in Thunderbird (Windows)”
This does not work in Thunderbird 102.4.1 (64-bit)
Thanks, Christian. The instructions have just been updated.