You may have already used the “signature” feature of your favorite email client to keep these types of responses a click away, but what about when you’re on the road – limited to just one email signature on your iPad or iPhone, specifically?
Create a new folder named “Clipboard” in your email account of choice. Save individual messages (as drafts or sent items) there. You shouldn’t need to enter a specific respondent in the “To” field – you’re not actually sending anything. Choose a few words for the subject line that will remind you later which response this is, such as “Thanks for Interest.” Use the “Body” to compose a standard response.
Save it as a draft and copy/move it to your “Clipboard” folder.
Now your predefined messages will be easy to get to, should sit at the top of an alphabetical folder hiercarchy, and… it’s a free solution. Now when you’re accessing it from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad; it’s simple to open up a message, Select All, and Copy its contents to the system’s clipboard to be pasted in a response.
Why not use a separate Notes app for something like this? Because… well, if you’re replying to email on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you won’t have to switch apps to get to the information – it’ll just be in a separate folder.
After you do this for each one of your common responses, you’ll have a customized collection to help you cut down on the amount of time spent typing (or waiting for when you’re no longer mobile). It’s a great hack to send quick replies when you’re on the go.