Create eMail Templates Using Apple Mail on Your Mac

This tip is for OS X. If you find yourself sending emails with the same content over and over, create a template.

  •  Open Mail, click on New Message and enter the subject.
  • Enter the From email address, and create the message.
  • Don’t include any salutation, but leave a space for it if you plan on using one.

Sample Template

  • Select Save as Stationary from the file menu.
  • A window will open asking you to name your new stationary. It also tells you that your new stationary (template) will be saved to the Custom section of the stationary picker.
  • To use your template, open Mail and select New Message.
  • When a new message opens, click on the Show Stationary button in the top right corner. The stationary options will open.
  • Scroll down to Custom and you will see your template.
  • Click on it and add whatever additional information you wish.
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