Re: NANFA-L-- Signing emails

James Smith (
Thu, 6 Jan 2005 17:38:52 -0500

I was going to do this once and then I thought about all my customers
getting emails signed Jim Smith, Connecticut River Drainage.. lol

Formerly of the Connecticut River Drainage, now surrounded by ice :-(

On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 17:17:09 -0500, Nick Zarlinga
<> wrote:
> Go to tools, then options, then mail format. You can add whatever you like
> to the bottom. Maybe somewhat different on different versions.
> Nick Zarlinga
> Aquarium Biologist
> Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
> 216.661.6500 ext 4485
> -----Original Message-----
> From: []On Behalf Of
> Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2005 4:47 PM
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> Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Signing emails
> i wonder if there is a way i can easily cut and paste such as requested
> instead of having to retype it every time.
> something automatic.
> hum...
> i wonder if aol has something like this?
> such as...
> Casper Cox
> Tennessee NANFA Representative
> The Tennessee River flows through downtown Chattanooga.
> Lots of fish swim in it.
> Call me if you wanna jump in... 423-624-0721
> From the NANFA list guidelines:
> It is expected that members of the NANFA email list will use a meaningful
> and consistent signature-in-the end of each message they send to the list.
> Just as in any social setting, people enjoy meeting and getting to know one
> another and are inclined to be unresponsive or hostile toward people who
> refuse to exercise common courtesy and identify themselves. Last names are
> encouraged, but not required. A short signature including your name, state,
> and drainage basin-in-the end of your email will foster a sense of community
> and can help forge contacts with others from your area.
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