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I don't know if you are asking this question or something about signing, but in general, in a nutshell, the answer is yes.Let us look at an example:Let's say that I want to send a file to someone, they have the digital signature on this file. I will send them this file. But I don't want the file to be deleted by my mail server (as it is a PDF). Instead I want them to see a warning message from their email client and have a link to the file. This way I get to see the file even if it was emailed to me.I have a few options here:Let's say I have a digital signature on all my documents and my email client doesn't give me a digital signature for each document. I can make sure that they see all my documents by using two-step verification, but let's do another option here instead. Let's say I want some other person to see the file in the email. I can use their personal email address to send it to them, but then I make sure that they only get my email address in my signature. The way I get that is by adding a little "subject: signature" to the email.So that's how I can sign a PDF without using a digital signature.

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