How to automatically insert a signature in e-mails
Submitted Friday, February 23, 2007
Typing on soft keyboard, a T9 keypad, or a QWERTY keyboard can take up valuable time. One way to save time when typing out e-mails is to use the automatic signature function in Messaging.
Here's how to do it:
Open Messaging and go to Menu >Tools >Options (pre-WM5 Pocket PCs: Tools >Options). (Smartphones: Select a Messaging account and then select Menu >Options.)
Under the Accounts tab, tap on the Signatures button. (Smartphones: Select Signatures from the list.)
Select the account you want and check the check box next to "Use signature with this account." Then enter a signature where it says "Enter a signature here."
You also have the option to check the check box next to "Use when replying and forwarding" if you wish.
When you open a new message, your signature will automatically appear in the text entry box.
Use the Signatures menu in Pocket PCs (left) and Smartphones (right) to automatically include your signature in a message.
Based on information from www.pda-faq.com/content/view/78/33