how to create a signature to email account on your smartphone
You can have oodles of fun and waste oceans of time confirming and customizing the email experience on your Android phone. The more interesting things you can do are to modify or create an email signature, specify whether messages retrieved on the phone are deleted from the server, and assign a default email account.
I highly recommend that you create a custom email signature for sending messages from your phone. Here’s my signature
This was sent from my Android phone.
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To create a custom signature for your email accounts, obey these directions:
1)Open the Settings app
Some Samsung phones hide the Accounts item on the General tab
3)Choose an email account from the list.
For example, choose the Personal (IMAP) or Personal (POP3) items, or tap the Email item if you see only it.
4)Choose a specific email account.
This item might be titled Settings.
5)Choose a specific email account.
Any existing signature appears on the card, ready for you to edit or replace it
7)Type or dictate your signature, and then tap the OK button.
The signature you set is appended automatically to all outgoing email you send from that account.
You need to repeat these steps (actually, only Steps 5 through 7) for each of your email accounts.
These steps may not work on your phone’s Email app. If so, open itat app and locate the Settings item. (Tap the Action overflow or the MORE button.) Choose your email account from the list, and then choose Signature to create a custom signature.
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My Email ID : firstname.lastname@example.org