How to add signature to selected emails

Arelunde

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Jul 6, 2011
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Is there a way to store a signature and selectively drop it into emails?

I know there's an option to add a signature to all emails in iCloud email preferences. But I use iCloud for personal AND business email. For business communication, I want a long signature with business name/phone/address/email etc so I don't have to type it in every time. But I don't want it automatically added to personal email. :confused:
 

Is there a way to store a signature and selectively drop it into emails?

I know there's an option to add a signature to all emails in iCloud email preferences. But I use iCloud for personal AND business email. For business communication, I want a long signature with business name/phone/address/email etc so I don't have to type it in every time. But I don't want it automatically added to personal email. :confused:
If you're willing, there's a jailbreak tweak called Mail Enhancer. It has a "manage signatures" option that looks promising
 

Menel

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Aug 4, 2011
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Is there a way to store a signature and selectively drop it into emails?

I know there's an option to add a signature to all emails in iCloud email preferences. But I use iCloud for personal AND business email. For business communication, I want a long signature with business name/phone/address/email etc so I don't have to type it in every time. But I don't want it automatically added to personal email. :confused:
Settings -> General -> Keyboard -> create a shortcut

Map a shortcut fir 'sig' to add your signature.

I have one for email addy and home address.
 

Julien

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Jun 30, 2007
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I misread and thought the OP was wanting HIS (hand written) signature on the email. I know there is a PDF App called PDF Pen by Smile Software ($10) that can do this (as well as custom addresses).
 
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Arelunde

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jul 6, 2011
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CA Central Coast
Settings -> General -> Keyboard -> create a shortcut

Map a shortcut fir 'sig' to add your signature.
Exactly what I was looking for. Many thanks!!

PS - the Note idea is good, too. I never thought an actual signature was possible, so thank you for that information.
 

Arelunde

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jul 6, 2011
980
28
CA Central Coast
I misread and thought the OP was wanting HIS (hand written) signature on the email. I know there is a PDF App called PDF Pen by Smile Software ($10) that can do this (as well as custom addresses).
Just checked this out and it's GREAT! I bought it! Thanks for the recommendation. I have an extensive group of office-related apps, but this one adds the ability to actually sign a PDF document, among other abilities to edit, etc. Just yesterday, I had to sign an authorization the hard way ... scan original, email, print out, sign, scan, email back. PITA but this will take care of THAT!! Again, thanks! :D