A university email signature helps recipients by adding contact information and navigation options at the bottom of emails. It also promotes a consistent university image and brand.
The email signature template consists of recommended and optional elements to help recipients both inside and outside the university identify and contact you.
You can set up more than one signature; for example, one with the logo for external communications, and one without the logo for internal communications.
UNH has a predesigned signature template available for your use. For step-by-step instructions on using the template, please read the KB email signatures article.
Some items should not be included in signatures because they cause security risks, take up unnecessary space on the server, or are not ADA compliant:
For step-by-step instructions on updating your signature, read the KB article on email signatures. For more information, please contact Communications and Public Affairs (CPA).
Unh.edu emails are sent by members of the University community acting as official representatives of the University of New Hampshire. Emails may not be used for personal, confidential or commercial purposes. Editors are responsible for complying with all relevant laws, university policies and this standard.
UNH Academic Technology (AT) reserves the right to remove any content that it considers to violate this standard any other UNH policies. If inappropriate email signatures are sent, UNH AT will contact the administrator to discuss the issue. Reports regarding inappropriate content may be sent to UNH AT.