ANSWER, Qualifiers, /SIGNATURE_FILE
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/SIGNATURE_FILE[=file-name] /NOSIGNATURE_FILE Specifies a file to be appended to the end of a mail message. The signature file contains text and has a default file type of .SIG. An example of a signature file is a text file formatted as business card, containing the user's company name, address, telephone, and Internet address. Specify the /SIGNATURE_FILE qualifier when you want to override the default established by the SET SIGNATURE_FILE command (if you want to send a signature file that is different from that default specification). If there is no default setting, specify the /SIGNATURE_FILE qualifier to interactively include a signature file with a particular mail message. To determine if the SET SIGNATURE_FILE command is in effect, use the SHOW SIGNATURE_FILE or SHOW ALL command. When you use the /SIGNATURE_FILE qualifier, note the following: o When you create a mail message that includes a signature file, that message requires more temporary disk space than a conventional message because temporary files are created during the operation. After the message is sent, those temporary files are deleted. o If you do not specify a directory, the Mail utility looks for the signature file in your mail directory. o If you do not specify a file, the Mail utility uses the file specification in your user profile. If there is no default signature file in the profile, Mail will send the message without one. o If a specified signature file does not exist, the system displays an error message. Specify the /NOSIGNATURE_FILE qualifier when you do not want to include a signature file with a particular mail message. Specifying this qualifier overrides the current setting, including any specifications in your user profile.