Currently Being ModeratedApr 25, 2013 9:07 PM (in response to shmerls1)
But you can do the following to get around it: Make the image have more white space at the bottom!
Otherwise, honestly I think the signature "sign1.jpg" that shows up in Apple Mail looks better. That's just my opinon though.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 26, 2013 9:52 AM (in response to Alberto Ravasio)
Hi Pj and Alberto.
So I have one Yea and one Nay. Let me try the custom HTML sig and see if it works.
Of course I could also, make the whole sig an image in photoshop just the way I want it but I often change the Warm Regards to other salutation based on the recipient, like if more business contact. So hopefully the HTML will work.
I'll report back shortly.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 26, 2013 5:34 PM (in response to Alberto Ravasio)
Thanks so much. This is so excellent and the directions were really spot on. Not a nano second of confusion. Sig looks great and I love that I no longer have my images as attachments too. BONUS!
I wonder if there's any way to have an HTML sig in our iPhones or iPads?
I should probably post that in the iPhone and iPad Forums... But if you know, please advise.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 4, 2013 6:20 AM (in response to Alberto Ravasio)
Looks great! Only prob is if you have multiple email accounts as I do.
Solution is app: Signature Pro for $4.99 which allows you to make as many custom sigs as desired of text, images and their UI even have pre set are for icons like FB, LinkedIn, etc that you can link to your pages at those social media sites!
I now have the app on my iPad and iPhone and have a sig for each account.
To send new mail u open Sig Pro and compose and the app uses Apple Mail to send. You can check Sent to see your Sig Pro mail for example.
You don't get your mail via Sig Pro, just generate new mail. To reply to a received email, I think you have to copy/paste into SigPro. I gotta check if there's a more elegant solution within Sig Pro for that
Go to the App Store and check it out!