Last Updated: 25th June 2018
Your iPhone will automatically add a footer at the bottom of any email you send, which is preset to read 'Sent From My iPhone'. Rather than deleting it every time you send an email, you can change what it says or remove it! Here's how:
- Go to 'Settings' on your iPhone.
- Select the 'Mail, Contacts, Calendars' tab.
- Scroll down the menu until you get to 'Signature' and select this option which automatically set to 'Sent from my iPhone'. You are able to choose whether you want to have the same signature from all of your email accounts or change it individually for each one. This is useful if you have a work account that you would like to have your professional signature and a personal account which you'd like to be more informal.
- Then simply tap in the box with the text 'Sent from my iPhone'. In here, you can edit the text or delete it to remove it all together.
- Once you are done, simply tap the left-hand corner to go back to Mail, and the changes will automatically have saved.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a mailbox?
A: A mailbox is a folder where you can organise all your emails in.
Q: What is an email footer?
A: An email footer is at the bottom of an e-mail, containing information that doesn't change from one email to another, and is automatically added.
Q: What is usually in an email footer?
A: An email footer will usually contain the name, job role, contact information or other important information.