1. photobug78's Avatar
    Very cool... this way I can easily have a signature for my personal email and my work email. Thanks for the tip!
    04-28-08 11:27 AM
  2. procrastinator86's Avatar
    thank you so much for this! i have always wanted a sig when i text! omg im so excited now
    05-05-08 05:46 PM
  3. Gbreeze#CB's Avatar
    Werd dawg im fellin dat one...
    05-19-08 09:57 PM
  4. jlr273's Avatar
    Can you also change the way your name appears to a recipient? My email address always shows up to a recipient when I use my BB and I would like it to be my name that shows up. Thanks
    05-20-08 07:58 AM
  5. jlr273's Avatar
    Nevermind I figured it out for myself already.
    05-20-08 08:13 AM
  6. myblackberry08's Avatar
    Great info!
    06-26-08 10:25 AM
  7. BerrySweet's Avatar
    Thank you all for your wonderful advice and help. I am a newbie and Crackberry has become my BB bible!! Naviwillams you are awesome!!!
    07-17-08 12:29 PM
  8. mspts123's Avatar
    Thanks. I was searching all over for this!
    Everyone I know has a signature except me.

    Whew Whoo!

    Thanks again!
    08-17-08 07:34 PM
  9. Michele Weisneck's Avatar
    Thanks for the awesome tip! It is a time saver for me.

    I am still confused on how to delete the sent by bb sig line. When I go into it it won't let me delete it.
    08-18-08 12:49 AM
  10. coolbrett007's Avatar
    This works for text messages right?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-18-08 08:18 PM
  11. jwalter's Avatar
    Thanks for this tip. I tried it and it works cool!!!!
    08-25-08 11:24 AM
  12. jwalter's Avatar
    yes it works in text messages. I just tried it.
    08-25-08 11:25 AM
  13. StarrsNana's Avatar
    Thank you for this information

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-25-08 11:28 AM
  14. NEWBBMAMI's Avatar
    Is there any way to add an SMS sig WITHOUT taking up some of the 160 character space? Also, in my email message options-->email settings I don't have the choice of signature on or off like I have read on other forums that is necessary to check(uncheck)
    08-26-08 11:09 PM
  15. ilabelu's Avatar
    that is sooo cool!
    09-11-08 01:00 PM
  16. sn3w14's Avatar
    I have a 8100 and the siggy works in my e-mail but not my text msg. Help?
    09-14-08 05:16 PM
  17. mo3's Avatar
    I've got one word to say, AMAZING!!!
    10-01-08 03:44 PM
  18. SprockLeigh's Avatar
    i was really concerned about this feature on the curve and so glad someone posted this! thanks!
    10-04-08 08:31 PM
  19. rmb1015's Avatar
    Your instructions on adding a customized signature line was extremely helpful. Thanks!
    10-04-08 09:17 PM
  20. Igore65's Avatar
    OK... is a nice tip, but not quite what I am looking for... I work in a BES environment. I know that there is another way to set a signature, because I have one already! I just want to edit it, but cannot remember where I set it up to begin with!!
    10-24-08 04:08 AM
  21. fxgt's Avatar
    thanks for the userful info ,cheers mate
    10-25-08 11:27 AM
  22. fxgt's Avatar
    great info, thanks mate.cheers!!
    10-27-08 11:20 AM
  23. glamcam's Avatar
    this is a good tip. thanks. I'm going to make several.
    10-27-08 03:28 PM
  24. cresentwolf's Avatar
    Loving that tip thank you...
    Here is an easy, an instantly useful tip:

    Via the Blackberry desktop program it's possible to set-up a default signature, (name, address, contact info. etc) that will be sent by default on all outgoing messages, however this option is not very flexible, and a signature is not always needed, or appropriate to send at the base of every outgoing email.

    How to create a customized Blackberry signature(s) that you choose when to use, ie. no need to type it, let your BB automatically insert it when you choose.

    1) Scroll to the "Options" icon
    2) In the resulting list scroll down to "Autotext"
    3) Click with the wheel, and select "New" - under the word "Replace" type a keyboard shortcut ie. zz might be a good option to choose
    4) Under the "With" header type your required signature, ie. perhaps just your name, your firm's name, with or wthout your phone number etc. - then choose click the scroll wheel and choose "Save"

    As from now, if you followed the step above, any time you typed "zz" then hit space, the signature you created will automatically be inserted into your email. You can of course add a second or third version by repeating the same steps, and creating another key combination, or indeed any other auto-text entry.
    10-28-08 12:04 AM
  25. Lonewolf's Avatar
    Great tip. Now I can set up smart a$$ replies to my friends and not have to type them all out. I love it
    10-30-08 02:21 PM
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