5387 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 20, 2010 2:36 PM by BDAqua
See the great post by Zeehond here...
To insert a link in your Mac OS X Mail signature:
Type the URL.
Mac OS X Mail automatically creates links for all web site addresses starting with "http://" or "www".
To link text or an image in a Mac OS X Mail signature:
Click in the signature you want to edit in Mail preferences' Signatures tab.
Now press Command-C.
Press Command-N to create a new message.
Click in the message body.
Press Command-A again.
Highlight the text or image you want to link.
Select Edit | Link | Add... from the menu.
Enter the desired address.
Press Command-A once more to highlight all text.
Go back to the Signatures preferences window.
Make sure the entire signature text is still highlighted.
If it is not, click in the signature and press, yes, Command-A.
Close the Signatures window.
Close the New Message window as well, not saving the email as a draft.
Note that such rich-text links will not be present in the plain-text equivalent Mac OS X Mail automatically generates for recipients who prefer to read their mail in just text.
I tried what was said above and it still turned deleted my image and displayed the link in writing.
I am wondering if it is this version of mail - 2.1.3 Is it possible this is not a option in this version? When I go to edit - it does not say add link - it says add hyperlink. Is this the issue? I have another computer that is Mail version 4.3 and it is easy to put the image in and make it a link.