If you’re like most of us these days, you have more than one email account. Thankfully, Apple’s Mail handles multiple accounts with ease, and even makes it easier to select from multiple signatures for each email being sent.
SignatureProfiler for Mail is a plugin for Mail which adds more signature features to outgoing messages, including an option to customize tags in each signature which is context sensitive to the Mail account.
Once installed, SignatureProfiler shows up in Mail’s Preferences. Select an email account and edit the signatures assigned to each one.
While additional signature management on a per email account basis is good, and, frankly, easier than Apple’s signature implementation, SignatureProfiler can also integrate the song title and artist from iTunes (must be playing at the time) into the signature.
And, in similar fashion, it will generate a random quote from a list of quotes you maintain and display a quote in the signature of outgoing messages.
Apple’s Mail doesn’t do that. So, the real question is, “Do you need SignatureProfiler?” After all, it comes with a price tag, but has a try-before-you-buy option. The iTunes song and title embedded in a signature is nice, but the real value is signature management, which is handled the way Apple should have handle signatures in Mail in the first place.