email signature on reply

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  1. jmonty

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    I have a DROID and can't figure out how to set up the email signatures on a reply emails? I have a gmail account, msn email and a corporate server email? I have tried searching with now luck any one that can please help?
     
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    First, Welcome to the forums. Are you using the stock email app or a replacement app? And if it is a replacement app, which one?
     
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    I am using the stock email app
     
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    bump anyone with some help?
     
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    still looking for the answer......can anyone help!
     
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    I believe you can set a signature on a new message but not replies. At least that's how it appears to work on my Motorola Droid 1. But I believe there are email apps in the Market with the signature feature.

    Be Seeing You.
     
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    That is what I thought but didn't know if I rooted if that would be fixed?
     
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    I don't think rooting will affect the stock mail client at all (well, I suppose it might allow you to tinker with the app itself if you're a developer). I'm actually using Improved Mail from the Market because I needed Exchange security policy support with 2.2, but it has the same problem with reply signatures. I know there are other mail apps in the Market but I'm content (quite happy really) with Improved Mail.

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    I may need to look into other email apps. i also use the exchange for work and it has some issues, I have to power off the phone to receive email sometimes and the whole reply with signatures is a PITA.
     
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    The signature function of the Droid2 stock email app works great for both original messages and replies.

    From your mailbox, go to Menu--> Email Settings --> Compose Options and you will see the standard "Sent from Droid via Verizon Wireless" sig, which you can change to anything you want.
     
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    I have a Droid 1 so this does not help? I wish there was an answer for this problem as I reply more than send from my phone?



     
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    The stock e-mail client is just bojangles...You cannot have a sig on replies. A while ago the client was hacked to do this with 2.1 (which had no sig support at all). I think this is part of BB's patents and thus not available. That is the reason they still dominate on exchange support.
     
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    I am still looking to see if an app would fix this bug or if I rooted would help? If the Droid 2 can do it maybe there is a fix?
     
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    I think touchdown will do it. It's a bit pricey - $20 in the market. I just keep my sig in a note and copy it and paste it into an e-mail before I send it.
     
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    I have touchdown it didn't work well with my works server?

    How do I make a note to copy and paste?

     
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