Daily Tip: How to set a custom mail signature on your iPhone

New to iPhone and wondering how to change your signature to something a little more custom and personal than "Sent from my iPhone?" Luckily, it's easy to do and it can save you a lot of time when you are writing your emails. It also will reduce the chances of making contact detail errors. Here's how.

  1. Tap on the settings application on your home screen.
  2. Tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
  3. Scroll down to Signature.
  4. Enter whatever details you would like.

Note: This signature will be on all your outgoing mail so make sure it's appropriate for all your contents!

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Daily Tip: How to set a custom mail signature on your iPhone

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Here's hoping Apple will implement multiple email signatures...a feature available on all the other platforms

Same here, much needed in the mean time I get around it as follows,
Sig set up as
Kind Regards
Ben Gillam
Blank space
Then i have keyboard shortcuts(auto text), eg worksig which puts my title and company then put a new line with worksig2 which then puts in company disclaimer and similarly I have personal sig which throws in my twitter and website links for non company emails.
Only down side of this method is to auto text is one line only at a time hence multiple keyboard shortcuts

Rogers & Fido in Canada offer this service through Extreme Text Messaging. It is a signature feature controlled from the network, instead of the phone. Users on these carriers can control this from use of the "My Account" application that they have access too directly from their iPhone.

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