I'd like to have a drop down list which enables me to choose the signature I want added to the email. (or blog/forum post) Today I get around this by using my Paste Information application, but I'd rather have this integrated.
Please check out screenshot ... from Outlook.
Be able to choose signature for newly created mail but not for forward/reply.
It would be nice if there was an easy way to utilize multiple email signatures. We have some people who travel between our office locations for lengthy periods of time. My suggestions to the user were: put both email signatures on and delete whichever one you don't need, make one ...
The disclaimer function introduced in Release 7 allows to add a disclaimer text to every outgoing message, configured by policies.
I'd like to see this enhanced:
- add Rich Text support including images
- read data from fields of a given Notes database (for example names.nsf)
Both features ...
For a end-user, it will be an extremely good feature if the Lotus Notes Client is able to select and insert more than one signature when composing, replying or forwarding an email.
there are different items for mail sigantures in iNotes and Notes - in my opinion it should be the same or synchronized
I frequently have to change my signature, for example when a fair is over or to invite for an event.
This can be done from my mail file using "Tools" -> "Preferences..." and selecting the tab "Signature".
-> The dialog is huge and could show the "Signature:" field 4-times bigger. ...
Presently when we setup a new user on an iPhone or Android device, we are telling them to email a blank message to themself, so they have an email with their signature on the phone. Then they are told to copy their signature and paste it into the signature settings ...
From the IBM Technote: 1232229
You are using a HTML file as your mail signature. This HTML file is set up with an image in the background and text is displayed over this image. This file displays correctly when opened in your web browser. However, the image fails ...