It is a bit of a work around but it is possible to add hyperlinks to your signature is mail. To start you have to open a new mail message. In the reading pain type in your link, then right click on the text and select link from the menu, and "add". Type the link into the alloted box and chose ok. Then right click on the new link, chose "copy link". Now open your preferences in mail and chose the signature that you want to add the link to. Select the area and past the link and you've got it. Now you can adjust the font and size to what you want. Enjoy!I cannot figure out how to hyperlink in Apple mail? I never wanted to ask and look stupid, but my friend who is a mac user just asked me the same thing! Now with strength in numbers, how the heck do you do it?
Just want to correct this. Mail defiantly uses HTML to send emails. That is how you have the ability to send pictures not as attachments but as an actual part of the email. An example of this is the stationary that is built into the mail program in Leopard or the postcard feature that was built into Tiger.You cannot make "here" the link in Mail. Mail does not send HTML mail, which is required to do what you're envisioning. You'll have to use Entourage or, I assume, Thunderbird or something like that. Mail will only send in plain or rich text.