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Use Mail's signature as a sending account reminder
Authored by: stonemtn on Mar 09, '04 08:03:01AM

You must first have more than one account created in Mails Account Preferences. Once you do, there should be a drop-down menu for "Account" at the bottom of the header fields of any new email composition.

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Use Mail's signature as a sending account reminder
Authored by: network23 on Mar 09, '04 11:56:53AM

Are you sure about this? I'm not in a position to check, but this might work...

I've read elsewhere that you can specify multiple email addresses in a single account. Just go to Account Preferences, select your account, and you can add more addresses to the Email Address field, separated by a comma.

If you do this, it might activate the email dropdown in the compose window, allowing you to choose from the emails you added to your account.

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Use Mail's signature as a sending account reminder
Authored by: Simon Woodward on May 23, '07 12:09:33AM

This is quite neat, but what I am looking for is a script or plug-in that allows customisation of the 'Automatically cc/bcc' address in Composing Tab of Mail's preferences. Currently it will only send to "myself", whereas I would like to send to another address called filing' from where my secretary can electronically file the message in a project folder. I tried inserting the filing address as an extra sending account, but to get the default 'Bcc myself' to become filing, I have to send from that account, when I want to send and receive replies in my own account.

Another 'feature' I ahve been looking for is the ability to right-click in an email for a pop-up menu allowing me to insert my selected signature at that location, not necessarily at the begining or end of the email as provided by Mail's preferences.

Anyone know of ant solutions to these wishes?



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