If you have several signatures you can
select the one you want when you type an e-mail (upper right of e-mail).
I have pics in some of my signatures so I have to watch which signature
I'm using when sending to the list.
On Jul 1, 2009, at 10:53 PM, M. Austin wrote:
> Woody, I got my mac in September - use OSX on it. Would your method
> send all email plain text? I only send plain text to the list
> because otherwise it gets rejected. I do know that the only time I
> have a problem sending emails in any format is when I start new. If
> I hit reply, even if I delete everything, including the subject
> matter, then the formatting is good to go.
> 3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
> HS Digital Communications
> Technology Integration Specialist
> http://www.geocities.com/theartkids > http://www.usd492.org >
>> It might be a bit different on different macs. On my i-mac you
>> open the e-mail program
>> (Mac Mail) just like you were going to send an e-mail. Go to the
>> drop down tab labeled
>> "Mail" - then select "Preferences" - then click on the icon
>> labeled "Composing" - in the box
>> labeled "Composing" select "Plain Text" - You can then close that
>> window and all your
>> e-mails will be sent in plain text from then on unless you go
>> back and change it.
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Woody, Retired in Albuquerque