The custom image is not created properly for Signature Pro ver 3.1 on iPhones with OS 4.0 or higher. We have resolved this and submitted an update to Apple. It should be available for download in about a week.
There is an issue with the latest update to Signature Lite version 3.1 as of 27 August 2010. The copy to clipboard feature does not work some iPhones in particular 4.0.
An update has been submitted to Apple to address this issue. We expect it to be release in about a week.
Symptom, when inserting a signature to a reply email on the iPad, the Apple Mail application opens a brand new email instead of inserting into the existing email.
Unfortunately, we have no control over the difference in behavior on the iPhone and the iPad, since this is how the Apple Mail app responds on each platform.
We have put in a bug request to Apple and hope to hear a positive response to the problem.
We are also investigating other ways to workaround the issue if they decide not to fix the bug.
If you cannot see images in your iPhone email, check your Load Remote Images setting under Mail Contacts and Calenders after launching the iPhone Settings apps. This apparently can sometimes be turned off during syncing.
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Email Signature is the best signature application available for the Apple iPhone / iPod Touch. A must-have for all business professionals.
The latest Email Signature Pro contains the following advanced features:
We've had several requests asking if we could allow users to change the formatting for each line in each text field instead of the whole field. We've resisted doing that in the past because we thought it would complicate the user interface and making it difficult for users to configure their signatures.
If you're a savvy user, there is a way to do this although it definitely isn't a point-and-click solution.
Symptom, you create a signature and when you insert it into your email, you get a null character. Chances are in your signature you used a % sign. The percent sign is a special character to insert other special characters like space. e.g. %20 means space or %2A means *. So when you add a % sign on it's own, the Mail app doesn't know what to do with it and does something horrible like insert (null) in your email.
To add a percent sign in your signature you should put %25 which means add a percent sign.
Wikipedia has an excellent article on percent-encoding.