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Yes In "General" settings, under the signature text box, check the check-box that says Insert this signature before quoted text in replies and remove the "--" line that precedes it.
Here is what I've done for signatures: Disable the signature completely in your settings. Turn on canned responses lab feature. Set up a canned response for each signature you want to use. Choose the appropriate signature each time you send an email. The only downside is that you don't get an automatically inserted default. Until Google improves the ...
Google recently announced support for rich text in signatures. That means you can now configure the font family, size and color, as well as insert images into the signature. Just go to your gmail settings and you'll find it right there, no need to enable as a lab feature or anything! It's possible it hasn't been expanded to Google Apps for your domain yet, ...
Head over to Labs and enable "Signature Tweaks" Places your signature before the quoted text in a reply, and removes the "--" line that appears before signatures.
Please follow the steps Create a table of one row with two column having border none in Microsoft Word. Place the image on the left column and Signature in the right column. Copy the table and paste it in the signature area. You will find the image on the left side and the text on the right side.
No, you're constrained to use the Rich Text editor. See also: How do I create a decent email signature in Gmail?
Google just released Rich Text signatures, which also includes the ability to have a unique signature for each From address. http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2010/07/rich-text-signatures.html (I'm not seeing it yet, so I guess it's still rolling out.) Update: After logging out and logging back in I'm now seeing the new setting. This is exactly what I wanted.
Can't be done as things currently stand. You can't put HTML in your Gmail signature. Frankly, I think this is a good thing. I wouldn't want someone dropping IFRAMES or SCRIPT tags in e-mail to me. Someone may be able to come up with a way to dynamically create an image from this, but it won't have links and may not work well all of the time. So, unless and ...
One obvious thing comes into my mind: the signature images are linked and not attached, so they need to be present on a public URL. They could of course let you upload and host it somewhere, but it's understandable that introducing such service alongside existing image sharing is not absolutely necessary.
Not possible yet. See: http://www.google.pl/support/forum/p/voice/thread?tid=3829239cdefc77dc&hl=en Suggest it: http://www.google.com/support/voice/bin/static.py?page=suggestions.cs
Just to add to that if you have multiple accounts (and hence want multiple signatures) Gmail can now handle this too (I used to have to use 'labs' canned responses to do this). So if you also set up Gmail to automatically respond to the e-mail account the message was originally sent to it means you automatically get the correct signature on your reply. Very ...
Have you looked at canned responses; http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/new-in-labs-canned-responses.html These can be used along with filters. Hope this helps.
Corollary to the accepted @Brad Gardeber answer: If you never used the Canned Response lab, or any lab, before then these links may be helpful to use them: about.com text description: http://email.about.com/od/gmailtips/qt/et_templates.htm youTube video of the same directions, if you like watching better: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8snv5omwI2s Both ...
GMail does respect the sig separator when it encounters it. However GMail's own conversion from richtext to plaintext breaks the separator by stripping off the trailing space.
I realize this question has been answered, but I wanted to share a method to write HTML directly into the signature textarea, to do this: Write something in the Signature Rich Text Area provided by Gmail. Inspect the text you just wrote with the developer tools for your browser. Add any HTML with inline CSS accepted by the email signature tab. To get this ...
You can also do Hoque's suggestion via Google Docs. That's what I did. That way, the image will show up the first time, as your Google Doc is like a space in the web from which the signature can draw the picture from. Thanks Hoque for providing the suggestion!
It is indeed possible, though not, as far as I can see, by using the Gmail signature editor directly. You can create the signature you want using a different tool (I use WiseStamp with Firefox which supports a 'better' HTML editor) then once defined, simply copy the result from the 'normal' view, not the HTML view, and paste it into the Gmail sig edit box. ...
What you are asking for is clearly not-at-all possible and not-at-all constructive for GMail at all. You can manually add an image at the end of the message though.
Gmail signatures are plain text with some very few formatting options. You can add color, change fonts (limited), text size (more limited), or add an image. You can't add arbitrary HTML. However, when writing replies, Gmail should be smart enough to recognize a signature and get it out of your way. (A screen shot of what you're seeing would be helpful in ...
In Yahoo Mail, Go to Setting (gear icon) Click Setting to open the Setting Window. In the window, select Writing email (on the right hand column). Click the drop down list in Signature. Choose Show a rich text signature Place your cursor anywhere in the signature box that appears after your selection and right-click to open the Context Menu. Choose ...
Kinda, there is a work around to do what you want, while doing the search, you can specify that results should not have some text, by using the field Doesn't have, and include in this field some text from the signatures. or if you can also specify to search for whole sentences only, by using double quotes like this: "my one long sentence" so it will match ...
LinkedIn Email Signature - No Longer Supported Customized email signatures can no longer be created on the LinkedIn site. However, you can create an auto-signature from within your email client, and then direct your contacts to your customized public profile URL. Learn how to customize your profile URL. You can customize your public profile URL when you ...
Apparently this problem is known to Google: The known issues page lists this: Switching signatures doesn't work in plain text Reported 29, October It's possible to have unique signatures in Gmail for each sending address associated with your account. Currently, switching signatures when you change the "from" address of a message only works ...
Inline images in signatures should be avoided. It wastes the recipients disk space, and if images are not deleted (most people are too lazy, ignorant or stupid to remove history/quoting) when replying, it eats away disk space and bandwidth at an increasing rate.
You can keep a draft ready with the signature to be used a s template everytime you want to send a mail (time consuming). Wisestamp will also be using External hosted images (feature already in gmail). Considering all this, using a mail client is the only option if you want to use inline images in signature.
Create the template in your editor and view it in a browser. Then in the browser, select all, copy and paste into the Gmail compose window and save. This worked for me.
What you want can be achieved using a Greasemonkey script. You can take an existing one from userscripts.org - start with one that works on Google Voice (like this one) and add your signature.
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