sigrot allows multiple
.signature files to be stored in one "archive" file. Each time
sigrot is called, it gets the next signature from the "archive" file and copies it
The first time you use sigrot, you will need a file containing multiple
signatures. Each signature should be seperated by a single blank line.
Only a linefeed character, and no other white space charaters may be on
this line. (If you should like to have a blank line appear in a
signature, you could add a white space character to the line so sigrot
knows that the following lines are part of the same signature.)
sigrot and check the
.signature file to see if
sigrot successfully copied the first signature from the archive file.
You may delete
filename later, or move it, it is longer needed by sigrot. Sigrot makes its own
copy of the file.
You may find it annoying to constantly have to type
sigrot to get the next signature. You may prefer to have it run automatically
each time you run your mail program. To do this you can write a simple
script file. For instance, I use
pine to read my mail, so I would make a script called
pine in my home dir. (Or anywhere in my path before the actual location of the
pine program.) Such as: