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We have some suggestions on how to send us emails. It may not be the best way for everyone, and it will not always have everything you want to do. But, if you have all of the items we've suggested you should at the end of this tutorial, it will get you through most of the email process you'll face.Email Signature SettingsThe most important and useful of all the email settings in your account is your signature. You can make the signature as big or small as you'd like, just make sure the signature shows all the information you need to prove who sends and receives emails from your phone. You will find this in Gmail's settings in your Account Settings page.There are lots of ways to set and change this in your Gmail account settings:1. Signup for a free 2-step signup: Signup for the Google 2-step verification:The Google Signup 2-Step Verification feature ensures users can quickly and reliably verify their Google account on all their devices. This provides users with a one-stop solution to securely log in to their Gmail accounts on their smartphone and other devices.Sign up for the Google 2-step verification on Gmail2. Sign Up for Verified by Visa or Mastercard or PayPal: You'll need your credit card information for the Google Verified Visa/MasterCard and PayPal services.Sign up for a Google Account with Verified VISA/MasterCardSign up for a Google Account with PayPal3. Manually change your signature (if you don't see "Email Signature Settings" listed)You'll...