Send Yourself an Email with Your Signature
After setting up your signature in another app, send yourself an email that includes the signature. Be sure to send it to an email address of yours that you can open in your iOS 7 Mail app.
Copy Your Signature to the Clipboard
Tap and hold your finger on some part of the email body that is not a link. When the iOS select box appears, drag the little knobs at the end to surround your signature as best as possible. When surrounded, tap the “Copy” button to copy your signatures to your iOS Clipboard.
Paste Your Copied Signature
Navigate to the iOS Settings App, then to “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”, then to “Signatures”. Here you can paste your signature for all email accounts, or just one if you would rather. Tap twice in the empty box and select “Paste” from the popup menu.
NOTE: The signature will not look right, especially if you have special formatting applied to links. We will fix that in the next step.
Shake to Undo
Apple automatically tries to “enhance” the signature when you paste it, causing it to become messed up and distorted. Luckily, they allow us to Undo these “enhancements”. Shake your device until an “Undo Change Attributes” screen shows.
Select “Undo”. After this, the signature will revert to your original, pasted design.
Send an Email
Go back to the Mail app and try sending an email from the account that you installed the signature on. It should now work as expected.
Modified on: Fri, 11 Sep, 2015 at 11:07 AM
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