email signature

Do you use the default "Sent from my iPhone" signature?

  • Everyone I have ever contacted must know I own an iPhone so I can spread the coolness.

    Votes: 41 69.5%
  • Nope, I have other random things to say, such as "Sent while not wearing underwear."

    Votes: 13 22.0%
  • If I had an iPhone I would be sending emails that JUST said "Sent from my iPhone."

    Votes: 5 8.5%

  • Total voters
    59

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macrumors 68020
Original poster
Apr 10, 2003
2,273
77
The "Garden" state
Just curious who uses the "Sent from my iPhone" email sig. I changed mine this morning after reflecting on it a bit and deciding that all it did was brag that I had an iphone. What do you think?
 

devilot

Moderator emeritus
May 1, 2005
15,588
2
If I had an iPhone I would be sending emails that JUST said 'Sent, from my iPhone.'
Teehee. That's what I voted for. And it'd be the truth, too. Well, at least for the first week. Or two. I think.
 

ejrizo

macrumors 6502
Jun 26, 2007
302
6
Los Angeles
my email sig is like this...

*Start Signature
______________________
Sent on the go From my iPhone

Erik J. Rizo
(Phone Number Here)

*End Signature
 

Navintar

macrumors member
Jul 15, 2006
95
0
California
I tried sending an email to myself for the first time and noticed it, hated it, and removed it.

I did not see any benefit other than bragging or advertising for apple's sake.
 

rdowns

macrumors Penryn
Jul 11, 2003
27,400
12,410
I left the default sig on but delete it from most emails I send from the iPhone.

To the Apple haters in my life, I change it to, "Sent from my iPhone Mutha******". :D
 

PowerFullMac

macrumors 601
Oct 16, 2006
4,000
0
I like the "Sent from my iPhone" signature because it can make up for the briefness of an email or any typing errors.
I agree there. Also, I changed my normal sig from my GMail account (that I use from my computer) to "Sent from my iPhone" as well.
 

r6girl

Administrator/Editor
Staff member
Sep 6, 2003
1,726
47
Massachusetts
i use the default signature "sent from my iphone" though i did add an exclamation point at the end because i wanted it to sound more emphatic and excited. :p:eek:
 

Baumer

macrumors newbie
Jul 13, 2007
10
0
Atlanta, GA
Wirelessly posted (iPhone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1A543a Safari/419.3)

I spent way too much time thinking about it, thus I decided to keep it on....
 

jellis

macrumors member
Nov 17, 2006
77
5
I turned mine off right before I sent my first e-mail and noticed it. I don't want anyone to know where I am sending anything from. I am also glad it is easier to remove than the "Sent from a Cingular Wireless Blackberry" or whatever it said.
 

tobefirst

macrumors 601
Jan 24, 2005
4,066
1,168
St. Louis, MO
Taking the signature off was one of the very first things I did after activating my phone. It seemed just a tad pretentious to me. I can appreciate the need for people to know that someone is not at his or her desk, however.
 

aricher

macrumors 68020
Feb 20, 2004
2,211
0
Chi-il
Taking the signature off was one of the very first things I did after activating my phone. It seemed just a tad pretentious to me. I can appreciate the need for people to know that someone is not at his or her desk, however.
I agree. I switched mine to my standard name/contact info signature right away. Signatures that read "sent from my Blackberry" bug me a bit but at least it's a way for business people to signal that they're on-the-go and that people emailing them should keep the messages short and attachments small.
 

whawhat

macrumors 6502
Jun 9, 2006
316
46
after using my iphone for about a week, i got so many replies joking/asking/commenting about the iphone that i just got rid of it.