Re: [Evolution] Signatures?

On Tue, 2002-07-02 at 13:41, Langsley T Russell wrote:
Hi all.

I'm new to the list, new to Evolution, and new to Linux.

When I was using Windows and Outlook express there was a method of
adding preformatted signatures to an email. I could simply click on an
icon and select which signature I wanted to use. I value this feature
quite highly as I use a number of different signatures depending on
whether I'm signing a professional correspondence, an email to a mailing
list I'm a member of, a mailing list I host, etc. Is there some way to
create a multiple signature file and have it readily available to insert
a signature. 

It would be handy if other blocks of text (things like URLS with brief
descriptions) could be made similarly available.

Is there any way I can conveniently do these things using Evolution as
my e-mail client?

I don't think there's a good way to do this at the moment. You can
select a sig file for each mail account you have, though. Thus one way
to do what you want would be to make several mail acocunts, only one of
them setup for incoming mail, and each with a different sig. You could
then select the account you wanted to use from the dropdown "From:"

Again, this isn't perfect.


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