What is a sig file and how do I open a sig file?
These SIG files are also known as signature files and are often appended to the end of messages transmitted via email. Microsoft Windows-based applications that can be used to use, create, open and edit these .sig files include the QUALCOMM Eudora email management program, as well as more popular email management applications like Microsoft Outlook 2010 and Microsoft Outlook Express. The QUALCOMM Eudora email management application also has a version that is compatible with Mac-based systems, and this version can also be used to create, use, open and edit these SIG files. The content of a SIG file is usually comprised of information about the email sender, such as salutation and name, job post, company name plus office address and telefax numbers among other contact details like business email addresses and mobile phone numbers. Most email management applications that have support for SIG files allow users to create and implement multiple signatures into their outgoing email messages, and this can be done through the create or edit signature feature available in these software programs.
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