I use my own signature
I usually remove it, eventually, when I get around to it.
Sometimes, when one of my worst typing disasters get posted I think maybe I should have left it, just as an excuse.
Most of the time I leave it there to let folks I trust know that I'm out and about. When I write/reply to strangers (individuals, not companies), I remove it in the email I'm working on. But other than that, I've just been too lazy to do anything with it. My EVO 4G has a similar stock signature and I use it in the same way.
Michael "Spam, spam, bacon, eggs and spam. Hold the bacon and eggs." Sent from my iPad using iPF
My name, so I don't have to type it, and my cell phone # in case the recipient wants to call rather than email.
I consider it a courtesy to the reader, a convenient way to indicate I'm under way and not reachable at home.
Gesendet von meinem iPad.
64GB WiFi - 3. gen.
Of course. I want everyone to be jealous.
I use my name, mobile number and the default signature. This is important in business so that recipients know that you're not sending the email from a full blown computer. It explains why the email may not be as complete, may not contain certain attached documents or other information only available from my office laptop.