Question from Barbara: I recently learned that every email I send with my iPhone includes a line that says “Sent from my iPhone”.
There are times when I’d rather not tip off the recipient that I sent their email using my phone.
Is there any way to remove the “Sent from my iPhone” message from my outgoing emails?
Rick’s answer: There sure is, Barbara.
And luckily, it’s quite easy to do. Just follow the steps below:
1 – Tap the Settings icon.
2 – Tap Mail.
3 – Scroll down and tap Signature.
4 – Use the Delete button to remove the entire text of the “Sent from my iPhone” message.
5 – (Optional) Type in a short “signature” message that you’d like to appear at the bottom of every email you send from your iPhone.
6 – Exit the Settings app.
That’s all there is to it. From now on, every email you send will contain either your custom signature message or no signature message at all.
I hope this helps, Barbara. Good luck!
Update from Barbara: It helped a lot, Rick. Thanks!
Bonus tip: This post explains why you don’t need to install an antivirus app on your iPhone.
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