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Subject:Savvy QuickMail People From:Tracey Showalter <tshowalt -at- SCTCORP -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 27 Oct 1993 10:27:08 -0500
Savvy QuickMail People
Thanks to everyone who responded to my "savvy quickmail users" query.
Most of you suggested I insert a signature line using variations of
cut-n-paste. However, I'm far too lazy to open another application first. A few
people reminded me that you can create "forms" in QM that have fields, one of
which can be a signature. My attempts to create such a form were laughable.
However, it occurred to me in mid-attempt that I could create a message that
consisted of only a signature and then file it. That message can subsequently
be opened, written in, addressed, and sent -- the original "blank" message
remains pristine in its file.
Thanks for the idea, folks!
Tracey Showalter Systems & Computer Technology
Sr. Technical Writer 4 Country View Road
tshowalt -at- sctcorp -dot- com Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355
All opinions are my own.....