e-mail signature


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e-mail signature

The text used at the end of an e-mail message that includes data such as the sender's full name, title and telephone numbers. Both local and Web-based e-mail programs offer a signature option, which automatically places the text at the end of every message. A signature in the form of an image rather than text is sometimes an option. See e-mail footer and boilerplate.
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The opt-out option and e-mail signature will not be editable in the message composition window, meaning the sender may not delete or change any part of these options.
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YOU) to your Web site and your e-mail signature files, and other Internet users will instantly know whatever you want them to know about you.
RTA staff also learned how they can take part in the awareness campaign for the bid, by including the Expo 2020 logo on company stationery, presentations and e-mail signatures while spreading the word among their friends and colleagues.
Include links and icons on your website and in your e-mail signatures, and invite people to "like" you, follow you or join your group.
Recently, we added links to these posts in our e-mail signatures, which we believe has generated more attendance at subsequent meetings.
Signature filters use algorithms to produce a short character string to uniquely identify e-mail signatures.