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In Windows Live Mail I had several signatures, formal, informal, Danish, English and German. In Thunderbird it seems I can only have one. Is that really so?

In Windows Live Mail I had several signatures, formal, informal, Danish, English and German. In Thunderbird it seems I can only have one. Is that really so?

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1. Open new letters 2. Add your text, format, signatures, subj, etc... 3. Menu "file" - "save as" - "template" 4. Open folder "templates" in your thunderbitd and duble-click mouse template 5. Edit the email, enter the address and send

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1. Open new letters 2. Add your text, format, signatures, subj, etc... 3. Menu "file" - "save as" - "template" 4. Open folder "templates" in your thunderbitd and duble-click mouse template 5. Edit the email, enter the address and send

1. Open new letters 2. Add your text, format, signatures, subj, etc... 3. Menu "file" - "save as" - "template" 4. Open folder "templates" in your thunderbitd and duble-click mouse template 5. Edit the email, enter the address and send
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ssa555 said

1. Open new letters 2. Add your text, format, signatures, subj, etc... 3. Menu "file" - "save as" - "template" 4. Open folder "templates" in your thunderbitd and duble-click mouse template 5. Edit the email, enter the address and send

Thank you. I thought that might be the only possible solution, so obviously this is the case.

''ssa555 [[#answer-1231302|said]]'' <blockquote> 1. Open new letters 2. Add your text, format, signatures, subj, etc... 3. Menu "file" - "save as" - "template" 4. Open folder "templates" in your thunderbitd and duble-click mouse template 5. Edit the email, enter the address and send </blockquote> Thank you. I thought that might be the only possible solution, so obviously this is the case.
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sebra said

In Windows Live Mail I had several signatures, formal, informal, Danish, English and German. In Thunderbird it seems I can only have one. Is that really so?

However, should you consider improvement, a signature that could be inserted in the end of my mail replying to a mail I received, would be helpfuld - that is how most mails are conceived anyway. But thanks for your trouble. sebra

''sebra [[#question-1262439|said]]'' <blockquote> In Windows Live Mail I had several signatures, formal, informal, Danish, English and German. In Thunderbird it seems I can only have one. Is that really so? </blockquote> However, should you consider improvement, a signature that could be inserted in the end of my mail replying to a mail I received, would be helpfuld - that is how most mails are conceived anyway. But thanks for your trouble. sebra
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