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How can I make message-insert-signature not inserting the -- prefix? If not possible, is there a another function that inserts signature without the -- prefix?

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  • You want the -- prefix. That is the standard way of identifying a signature. It is what enables clients to parse a signature as a signature. Are you trying to use this for some other purpose?
    – phils
    Oct 25, 2016 at 3:41
  • @phils I normally don't have a long signature (just my name) and I would just need two new lines to separate my "signature". If this is not called a signature, how can I insert something like that, either before or after the quoted message in the case of reply?
    – xuhdev
    Oct 25, 2016 at 3:49
  • I'd suggest using a custom function with message-signature-setup-hook (which runs immediately prior to message-insert-signature) to insert your name. You would not use the normal signature config at all in that case.
    – phils
    Oct 25, 2016 at 3:59

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A signature like this can be inserted using the following code:

        (save-excursion
          (if (not (eq message-cite-reply-position 'above))
              (message-goto-signature)
            (message-goto-body)
            (insert "\n\n")
            (message-goto-body))
          (insert "\n\n")
          (insert "MY SIGNATURE"))

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