Question on Google Listen/Reader and Signatures in POP Email

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  1. Eddog4DROID

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    Two questions:

    1. How do you add signatures to your POP email address? I have been all over the settings and can't figure this seemingly basic issue out.

    2. I use Google Listen for podcasts and FeedR for my RSS feeds. Both sync with Google Reader. But I don't want Google Listen to sync with it because it then puts my podcasts in FeedR. Anyone know how to change this?
     
  2. Backnblack

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    1.) Can't be done in 2.1 IIRC...But is fixed in 2.2
    2.) Never used either....
     
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    #1) Today I found "Inserty" in the Market (free) and it works great for inserting signatures in email on my Droid1. It inserts your custom text items into any app. Froyo offers a signature but it only appears in new emails. I found no way to get it to show up in reply/fwd emails. I had to use the slide-out keyboard to get Froyo's to setup a multi-line signature.
     
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    Don't overlook other email apps that offer the functionality that you want. You don't have to use the stock apps.
     
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    How can I listen to my text messages?