Make sure your email signature in Outlook or Apple Mail is up to date using the latest template. Instructions to do that are located here:
Next, send an email to yourself with the new signature at the bottom. The subject and body of the message can be blank, all that matters is that the signature is in it.
Next, open the message on your iOS device, select the entire email signature, and Copy it:
Next, go to Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars>Signature (Signature is located in the Mail section, about half way down that page):
Within Signatures, select Per Account (All Accounts might be selected by default, which, if selected, will apply the same signature to all emails sent from any email account on your phone). Scroll down to the signature field corresponding to your Commonwealth email account (it will most likely be called either Exchange or Commonwealth, or whatever you have the account named on your phone). Paste the signature you copied earlier into this space:
This is the tricky part. Notice that the formatting of the text has changed to system defaults? What you need to do now is shake your phone. This should pull up an option menu asking if you want to Undo Change Attributes. You want to select Undo. This will remove the automatic text reformatting that the iPhone did when you pasted the text, and return it to the original formatting:
Once you hit Undo, the signature should look just like it did on your computer, with the proper font, color, and size:
And that's it! All emails sent from your Commonwealth account on your iOS device will have your email signature.
As always, if you have any problems with this, stop by the Help Desk office on the 10th floor and we can take a look at it!