SignatureSatori works seamlessly with the Gmail environment (on custom domains). The app communicates directly with the signature manager, and all changes are processed almost instantly. (The situation is a little bit complicated if you use e-mail aliases). The app doesn’t have direct access to offline clients (e.g. Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail). The users can still get the signature you have prepared on end user page and copy/paste it. Or it can be downloaded in HTML (by pressing a button on the site). You can find more information here.


Signatures managed by our app are directly supported only by Gmail for iPhone/iPad. 

The signatures in Gmail for iPhone/iPad are not visible while writing an e-mail but added while sending. If the signature doesn’t appear to the recipient, make sure you don’t have active a specific mobile signature that rewrites your default signature. To do that:

  1. Open Gmail app on your iPad/iPhone
  2. Go to Menu
  3. Tap Settings
  4. Switch Mobile Signature “OFF”
  5. Save your changes

Or you can use the default iOS Mail app (instructions here).

The Android Gmail app currently doesn’t support any signatures in HTML. If you use an alternative e-mail app that supports HTML signatures, you can set your signature by a simple copy/paste trick from an e-mail that you send yourself from the desktop client with applied signature.

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