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    Gmail Reply Signature

    Is anyone else fed up with the way that Gmail handles signatures in replies? I would imagine Google has enough talent that they could setup the signature in replies to be appended to the bottom of MY reply to the email instead of at the bottom of the entire email.
    When I have replies that extend into the teens I get just as many indentations and all of my signatures end up at the bottom. Come on Google I know you are better than this, even Novell has you beat on this implementation.

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    Did you mean..you want to do signature at your Gmail?
    1. Log on to your Gmail Account.
    2. Select "Settings" in the upper right corner of the page.
    3. Enter your preferred signature text in the box next to the "Signature" option (typing text into that box will automatically turn on the signature option).
    4. Select "Save Changes" to confirm your signature.

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    at yet,i did not clear this question.,if you have problems still.,please write second round.

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    he means that his signature was placed unto the bottom part when, (c/o reply)
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    we understand.. but thats the default... just like in some forums when you quote a post.. well you can still suggest that one to google..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepyhead View Post
    he means that his signature was placed unto the bottom part when, (c/o reply)
    yes, you need to delete your previous message to bring your signature on top..

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    Cool How to include signature here....

    Am I a bit loopy, or has the option to include a signature here disappeared?
    Is there a minimum posting limit before the option is offered?
    I can't seem to find any reference and the FAQ is coming back Zilch.

    Help would be appreciated,

    Thanks, Pete.

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    Your signature must be set in your profile. Your signature is your signature: it cannot be made for sale or for rent. You cannot manually append it to the end of your messages. Keep it reasonable: intelliot
    read more about Sig rules: http://www.gforums.net/gc-announceme...tml#post100965

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    I had some of the same issues...if you are using the newest version of gmail then go to your settings and click the labs tab...here you will find a nice little tool called Signature tweaks which places your signature before the quoted text in a reply, and removes the "--" line that appears before signatures...all you have to do is enable the tool and you are set...hope this helps and good luck!

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    we realize.. but thats the default... just similar in some forums when you quote a post.. well you can still hint that one to google.

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    Yes, signature is used in google including HTML and images as well, but it is limited to some extent.

    However, if it is compared to yahoo then google is superior!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulSmith1 View Post
    Yes, signature is used in google including HTML and images as well, but it is limited to some extent.

    However, if it is compared to yahoo then google is superior!
    It gives you lots of flexibility while using signature, you can use html, image color and a lot more.

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    we realize.. but thats the default... just similar in some forums when you quote a post.. well you can even advise that one to google..

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    it is very easy way to put signature in gmail account just simple follow the step in setting find option signature and put your keywords and save it.

    so simple guys have fun.........

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    was actually using gmail for business awhile back and this was one of the factors that bothered me the most. It does not make sense to me why it is arranged like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [ugly_cat] View Post
    Did you mean..you want to do signature at your Gmail?
    1. Log on to your Gmail Account.
    2. Select "Settings" in the upper right corner of the page.
    3. Enter your preferred signature text in the box next to the "Signature" option (typing text into that box will automatically turn on the signature option).
    4. Select "Save Changes" to confirm your signature.


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    at yet,i did not clear this question.,if you have problems still.,please write second round.
    thank u for you post ,it is helpful for me ! good luck !

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    Quote Originally Posted by [ugly_cat] View Post
    Did you mean..you want to do signature at your Gmail?
    1. Log on to your Gmail Account.
    2. Select "Settings" in the upper right corner of the page.
    3. Enter your preferred signature text in the box next to the "Signature" option (typing text into that box will automatically turn on the signature option).
    4. Select "Save Changes" to confirm your signature.

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    at yet,i did not clear this question.,if you have problems still.,please write second round.
    Yeah, you're right but sigs will not be live unless the person reply your email.

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    Signature is one of the most important feature while using email. Without signature sometimes the whole email is worthless. So please improve this kind of system. I like
    google the most. And thank you very much or the lovely information. Okey?

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    How edit gmail a/c signature.....?
    Just login to your gmail a/c. Select the setting option that is shown in the upper right corner besides of logout option. make changes or put new signature in the text box. And the click on the Save Changes option. You signature will be updated.
    Thanks,

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    I am surprised that July is not more popular. I suppose many people are on vacation, but I would think the same thing would be true for June and August. Last year July was slow as well, but I rasied my rates last July. This year I don't know what to think.

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    It is very easy task to change/add Signature in Gmail.
    Go to account setting and follow the steps mention there.

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