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Email Signatures - About Email
Using signatures to add contact info and a bit of personality to your emails is both useful and a lot of fun.
How to Create an Email Signature in Outlook - About.com
These are but two good reasons to automate the addition of some essential text to every email you send. In Outlook creating a signature comprised of this text is ...
How to Create an Email Signature in Outlook for Mac - About.com
End your emails with style and automation. Here's how to set up email signatures in Outlook for Mac.
Add a Signature to Your Email in Apple Mail - Mac - About.com
You can save yourself at least a few minutes a day by creating a signature to use in your email messages in Apple Mail. You can even create multiple signatures ...
How to Set Up Email Signatures in Sparrow - About Email
Change the default signature Sparrow adds to the emails you send, and even set up different signatures for all the email addresses you use.
Keep Your Email Signature to 5 Lines of Text - About Email
"Signature" is a synonym for brief and unobtrusive — or at least it should be, because overly long signatures in emails are an annoyance.
No Need for Street Addresses in Email Signatures - About Email
Come visit me, everybody! Unless you want everybody and the whole world to know where you live, don't include your street address in your email signature.
How to Set Up Your Outlook.com Signature - About Email
Have Outlook.com append a signature to every email you send.
How to Set Up Your iPhone Mail Signature - About Email
Don't tap your every email's finishing lines. Have iPhone Mail insert them automatically: here's how to set up an email signature in iPhone Mail.
How to Set Up an Email Signature in AOL - About.com
In AOL, you can create up to five signatures — short pieces of (mostly) text that can be added to the bottom of your emails. Usually, signatures contain your name ...
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