The Bottom Line
- SigChanger creates random signatures automatically
- Supports plain text, HTML and RTF signatures
- SigChanger supports multiple personalities
- SigChanger doesn't encourage standard delimiter
- More flexibility would be nice
- Can't edit the signature directly in SigChanger
- SigChanger creates random signatures automatically and periodically.
- Signatures are composed of a static and a dynamic part (from a list of quotations, for example).
- SigChanger draws both the static and the dynamic parts from files.
- The resulting signature is written to yet another file, where it is picked up by the email client.
- SigChanger supports plain text, HTML and RTF signatures.
- Multiple personalities can be used to create different signatures for different email accounts.
- SigChanger supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/3/XP.
Guide Review - SigChanger 2.3 - Signature Tool
SigChanger takes care of that. Point it to a file containing the persistent text which should be in every signature and to a file that contains a number of quotations, and SigChanger will write a signature composed from the two to a third file, which you can use in your email client.
Of course, SigChanger can change the quotation part at certain intervals, and SigChanger even supports different signature personalities for different email accounts.
Unfortunately, the order of constant and variable part is rather strict in SigChanger.