Mail on the iPhone allows us to manage several email accounts , and for this we can define a signature that by default is inherited from the BlackBerry. It’s fun at first, but after a few months of use, seems insufficient . As you know, in the Mail section of the iPhone settings, we can change this default signature to whatever we want , but we can only define one signature for all email accounts.
You may need to use different signatures depending on the account you are writing from, as I do. This is not possible today in the iPhone Mail (in its desktop version it can be done) but using some ingenuity it can be solved. By disabling the signature in the menu Settings (or by defining a possible common part for several accounts) we can create a note (in the Notes application) containing the different signatures we might need. When we go to write an email we only need to copy the signature we need from this note and paste it into the body of the email.
If you, like me, find this option necessary and would like Apple to include it in future revisions of the iPhone Operating System, you can leave your suggestion on this page. Although it may seem that your requests could fall on deaf ears, remember that not long ago Apple gave the option to disable the iPhone’s auto-corrector .