I leave the Tapatalk sig on so people know if I make dumb typing mistakes it's usually due to phone autocorrect and I missed it...
I don't use a sig for Gmail but for Exchange I use my "official" work sig.
Whenever I get an email from someone that has a "sent from" signature I just think they are too daft to realize that their phone is adding that after the fact.
In a case like this (or in a similar case where someone posts and then has a signature stating it was posted by tapatalk) I just think they are tossers.
Ditto. Every time I see a "sent from my device" I hate it. Nobody cares.
In fact, I started cracking down at work because we kept getting "Sent from my iPhone" as signatures and we have a policy that you need to have the company signature in all outgoing emails. In fact, I should set up a rule in my Outlook that detects "Sent from my iPhone" and autoresponds with something like "I notice you have not changed your email signature to conform with company policies. Here are instructions on how to change your signature:"
They love it....especially since the default iOS client only supports one signature that gets sent from all your email accounts. 5 different email accounts? Well, too bad, suckers, because company policy dictates that the company email address has to have the signature, so you either need to type it in manually or remove it every time you send a mail from the other accounts.
The only reason I use a signature is so that people realize I'm posting from my phone and not my computer. There are certain things that are more difficult to do via Tapatalk than on the PC, like links and photos.
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