Specify a signature file to append to messages you send.
Requires SYSPRV privilege to set information for users other than yourself; requires SYSPRV or SYSNAM privilege to show information about users other than yourself.
SET SIGNATURE file-spec
Qualifiers Defaults /ALL /NOALL /LOG /NOLOG /UIC="[g,m]" None /USER=username None
file-specRequired parameter specifying a file whose content is to be appended to mail messages as a signature.
Users may append the contents of a file to the end of messages they send. The specification for the file must be supplied as a parameter to the
If no disk and directory specification is provided, the signature file is assumed to be in the user's default mail file directory.
EMAIL> SET SIGNATURE file-spec
SET NOSIGNATUREcommand to disable the use of signatures. Note further that the various message sending commands accept optional
In the following example, the contents of the file SYS$LOGIN:SIGFILE.TXT is used as a signature file.
EMAIL> SET SIGNATURE SYS$LOGIN:SIGFILE.TXT EMAIL> SHOW SIGNATURE Your default signature file is SYS$LOGIN:SIGFILE.TXT EMAIL>