RoundCube is one of common webmail service used by the developer, web owner, and others who look for an open-source mail client. It was easy to install and able to runs on a standard server. Talking about features, it nearly covered entire capabilities of the email system. Also, you can create an email template in RoundCube.
But, how to do that?
You might has realized the system has already an HTML editor which allowing you to create sophisticated email design just like when you create a document on a Microsoft Word. Hence, to create an email template in RoundCube doesn’t require a web programming skills.
By default, RoundCube doesn’t come out with any options named “Template” but it has a Signature which basically acts as a digital signature at the footer of mail. However, that feature also can be used for mail template. So, when you compose a new email, it will already in the mail body without adding it manually.
Create an Email Template in RoundCube Webmail
Go to your mail account on the RoundCube, then select Settings.
Next, on the left tab, click Identities and then select your email identity.
Look at the Signature section, you can add any content inside the area freely. I highly recommend you to check the HTML signature for better editing interface. Finally, click Save button.
Now, go back to the RoundCube main email page and try to Compose a new email. The mail body should be showing a template you have created previously. Furthermore, don’t forget to set the Editor type to HTML instead of plain text because it may interfere with the template design.
In addition, the template is only applied to specific email Identity, it will not affect neighbor mail account. You may need to try sending a sample email to get the recipient view of the template.
Alright, that’s how to create an email template in RoundCube webmail service. If you have any difficulties, let me know in the comment below.