on 20-04-2015 03:45 PM
On the old email platform when you composed a new email your signature would appear. On the new one it does not I did report last week and was told it was not available. Why not and how long will it be,
on 01-06-2018 03:59 PM
I am a brand new TalkTalk user and am having the same problem. Your post was in 2015 and it does not bode well that I am having the same problem in 2018.
As described the "signature" does not add automatically and only works if chosen from the drop down list.
Does this mean that 3 years after you reported this problem there is still the same issue?
on 05-07-2016 07:13 PM
I have been having this same problem...frustratingly I have been told that you can't do this yet....although first I was told:
"you are using a TalkTalk Webmail so it's a bit complicated. And to be honest this is my first time to come across with such issue and this is not part of our support scope anymore. However, I am trying my best to help you out."
"As upon checking this on our system via Webmail I can see that this type of settings is not automatically carry over on every time you compose one. You need to key this in manually. This is one of the settings that our email administrators are actually looking into as well when we are are on the stage of upgrading it"
So it looks like this extremely simple function of an email provider is not possible at the moment and you need to add manually your created signature to each newly composed email....If anyone else can escalate this..brilliant. I have had enough of speaking to them!!
on 27-04-2015 02:56 PM
on 23-04-2015 01:25 PM
Hi thats fine and I can do that that, but, always a but, surely when you compose an email most people like me want to have the signature appear automatically, as it did before and on all other emails I have used the signature appears without you having to click here and there to get a signature. I only have one so I do not need a choice. Do you know why it just does not appear as an option.
on 23-04-2015 11:39 AM
Hi Revellrc, you seem to have been misinformed. To add a signature you simply need to go into settings - mail and you'll see the signature options at the bottom of the page if you only see the word signature you need to scroll down further. Once you've added your signature you can then add it in each email by clicking on more options on the top right bar of the new mail you're creating, then choose a signature from the drop down menu.