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    Whatever happened to BerrySignatures?

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    It was a tiny little app that allowed you to create your own signatures and append them to your e-mail at your own discrection. Does anybody know? The company was "codebeavers". They don't have a website I can find anymore and aren't on Handango now. That's where I first got it.

    It was genius!

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    As far as I know, you can create and edit a signature using your BIS account.

    You can also edit it from the "Setup Internet Email" icon I believe.
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    I just checked and you can't set it up thru "Setup Internet E-Mail" on your BB.

    ~via BB 8320 (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hack173 View Post
    I just checked and you can't set it up thru "Setup Internet E-Mail" on your BB.

    ~via BB 8320 (wap.pinstack.com)~
    You're right, thanks for verifying .
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    No, you have to log in to do that - onto your BIS account. However, I had 3 different signatures set up and it was lovely. I could choose to add none, one that was minimal or one that was very detailed.

    I just haven't seen the software in ages. My husband uses my old 8700g, so he has use of it. I was just looking to buy a new copy for myself...

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    I have an 8830 and I have the signiture set up through AutoText, which is basically the perpetual spell checker. Through Options => General => AutoText you can set up an abbreviation for your signature, with several lines and all supported symbols.

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    Oops! I forgot to mention that this works wherever SpellCheck/AutoText works. --like here in a post --

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    You can always try to extract the application

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ you could setup different signatures in AutoText. Just set to replace sig1, sig2, etc with the one you want. I've done that since I have multiple emails on my BB. Works great.

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