9 Replies Latest reply: Jan 26, 2015 8:15 AM by antonis669
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Is there a way to include a logo in an iPhone email signature?


iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1.1
  • modular747 Level 6 Level 6 (16,770 points)

    No.

  • JoAppleItunes Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Actually an easy that worked for me was :

     

    1- having a signature in my gmail with a picture

    2- sending an email to myself with that signature

    3- copying the whole signature into my Iphone signature area (settings, mail, signature ... etc)

     

    It allows me to send emails from my iphone with that email, with my default compagny logo.

    Never had problem with it yet .... Been using it for over 6 months.

     

    Hope it works for you!

  • William Rivas Level 5 Level 5 (4,230 points)

    JoAppleItunes wrote:

     

    Actually an easy that worked for me was :

     

    1- having a signature in my gmail with a picture

    2- sending an email to myself with that signature

    3- copying the whole signature into my Iphone signature area (settings, mail, signature ... etc)

     

    It allows me to send emails from my iphone with that email, with my default compagny logo.

    Never had problem with it yet .... Been using it for over 6 months.

     

    Hope it works for you!

    Did not work for me. Did as you instructed. Hmmm. Any ideas? What image type? JPEG PNG BMP ?

     

    AppleWill.png

  • wmid7610 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I tried a few different options in iOS 7 without success but Robert Milner's option has worked for me.

     

    http://www.remilner.co.uk/how-to-insert-images-into-an-ios6-email-signature/

     

    His method:

    1) Send yourself an e-mail with the image you want in your signature

    2) Open the e-mail that you want to copy the image from

    3) Carry out steps to forward the message but don't hit send

    4) Whilst in this “editing” mode, you can copy the image and paste it into your signature

  • T0mOttawa Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I also tryed the link that "wmid7610" mentions. It worked great for a short while. After a few hours the email signature shows up as a blank with a small red x in the top corner.

  • JoeDePetro Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Apple forgets people have had iphones for years.. it worked on the ios6 devices now all of a sudden.. boom gone.

     

    Disgraceful!!

  • AlfonsoFaustino Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi, all.

     

    I've read you comments; and, here is the solution that works for me.

     

    Prerequisites: Gmail Account, Laptop or Desktop, and access to the Internet.

     

    1) Upload the picture (JPEG) you want to put in your iPhone email signature. 

    (You can upload the picture to your Twitter account, BLOGs, Flikr, or whatever website.)

     

    2) Go on the internet, and search for the picture you loaded to your website, as listed in Step 1.

    3) Click or visit that image from your search tool (e.g., Google or Yahoo!).

    4) When you click on your image, you will get a URL of your image in your address field of your internet browser (e.g., Safari).

    5) Copy that URL.

    6) Sign into your Gmail account, click settings, and get to your email signature box.

    7) Type in your signature text (e.g., name and contact information -- whatever text you want in your signature).

    8) Click on the Insert Image icon in the menu bar in the signature field box.

    9) Paste your link in the URL field; if the link is correct, your image will show up.

    10) Click enter after your image shows.

    11) Click the Save button for your email signature field box.

    12) Compose an email and send it to yourself.

    (In your Gmail, you will see your signature in the body of your email.)

     

    13) Access the email you sent to yourself, via your iPhone.

    14) Copy the selected signature from your email that you sent to yourself.

    15) Access the iPhone email signature page on your iPhone.

    16) Paste the signature, which includes your JPEG image.

    17) Shake your iPhone -- you will get a box that says, Undo Attributes.  Click Yes or Okay to undo attributes.

    18) Exit out of the iPhone email signature page.

     

    When you access your iPhone email to compose an email, you will see your signature, containing your image.

     

    This process works for me: iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8.1. 

     

    My signature still shows after one hour and 10 emails, which includes, sent, forward, and replies.

     

    Good Luck.  Ping me if you have questions.

     

    /s/ Alfonso Faustino

    www.AlfonsoFaustino.com

  • bodyxs Level 2 Level 2 (430 points)

    If you have a Mac, compose your signature there in Mail App. Just write a simple HTML in a text editor without the html, head or body tags.

    Just have to relace the “.mailsignature” at your Library, follow the steps in the link below, quite simple. Send and email to you yourself, copy and paste in your iPhone Signature. The trick is that the signature “was created in Apple Mail”, so it just works!

     

    Here is the link:

    http://matt.coneybeare.me/how-to-make-an-html-signature-in-apple-mail-for-maveri cks-os-x-10-dot-9/

  • antonis669 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hello everybody,

    at the moment there is only one solution for the iphone signature problem. I 've searched it a lot believe me and works only with GMAIL. You have to use your gmail account or create one (even with an other domain name like "........@yourdomain.com) and:

    1. Open your gmail to the web

    2. Go to settings-Signature

    3. Write the text of the signature there and put your logo image NOT drag and drop but from insert image option

    4. Save the image

    5. Press save changes

    6. Now download the gmail app to your iphone iPad etc , insert your account and disable the signature mobile option. From now on your mails will have the signature automatically.

     

    IMPORTANT: There is no possibility to work with the iOS mail app.