This is a discussion on Only one email signature? within the iPad OS forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by MikesTooLz My work requires a signature. So basically im forced to set my work signature and for all other emails I have ...
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Last edited by col.bris; 05-25-2010 at 05:27 AM.
I use signature a program that allows to create fancy signatures and activate them on different email addresses
You could add more than one signature skipping a line between each one then just delete the one you don't want.
Good idea, but too logical.
Those of us with a hasty disposition are likely to hit send at the end of our diatribes and then think of signature selection......
This may be a lame work around, but here goes...
Open one email account, open a new email, type in the various email signatures you want to be able to use, save the email as a draft.
Remove the default email signature from your iPad settings.
Whenever you want to process an email (compose, send, forward) first open the draft, "select" and "copy" the signature you want to use. Then you can "paste" it at the bottom of any email.
You can go back to the draft anytime you want to change to a different signature or after you have had to copy and paste something else.
Hope this helps.
Either one should work fine. See the example below. If you are chairman of the board, you can include that as part of your title; e.g. Chairman of Board of Directors, and it will be apparent that you head the group.
Yahoo offers only a choice of 9 styles of type to insert a signature in outgoing email and I don't like.any of them. I have tried to insert one that I pasted from elsewhere but in the outgoing mail it does