I'm testing out Adobe Sign, and overall like the product. However for my specific needs the documents cannot be stored or transfered via 3rd party cloud.
I would like to create a pdf document with a signature field
which i could manually email to someone directly
have them open it on a mobile device
execute the signature field
and then manually email it back, with the signature metadata intact/unmodifiable
I don't want to get into a discussion as to how safe Adobe's cloud servers are or are not, i'm simply constrained by corporate infosec rules and so am looking for a work around and the above process flow meets my needs.
I have attempted to add signature fields to a PDF using Adobe Acrobat DC Pro, but when i open it on a mobile device i don't have any interactivity on it.
>To start with, are you opening in the Acrobat Reader app on the mobile
no, i'm simply using a native email provider (in this case gmail)
will try your link
also i just found out that the "basic" Adobe Sign "app" is free (in apple store anyway). Maybe if i include instructions to download a proper reader or the app... although that adds a layer of complexity to a client's interaction.
thank you for the suggestion.
The default PDF viewer on iOS is not from Adobe, does not sign, and cannot be changed. So that's the starting point, unfortunately.