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How to use an Image as an Email signature...

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#1 David Ashcroft

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 02:06 PM

Hey guys :)

I would like to us an image in my signature, however i am having a few issues. I use Outlook 2010 as my Email client, i set an image up in my signature by browsing for the image locally. After doing this i tried sending out an Email and it seems to attach the image files to the emails that i send out (obviously to display them in the signature to the receiver)

I then tried to upload the image to my web server and browse for the image remotely. I then tried sending out an Email and with most clients it seems to not display the image to them, instead it shows a message saying "there is an image in this email, click here to display images" (or a similar message).

How can i make it so my signature image displays all the time, without the user having to click anything, and without it attaching the image to the email ?

Thanks :)

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Posted 22 February 2011 - 08:15 AM

Try changing the format of the mail. Go to tools>options - mail format tab. It should be set to html. Change this and see if it attaches correctly.

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Posted 22 February 2011 - 09:51 PM

It may also have to do with how the recipients have their e-mail clients set up. I, for example, don't allow images to be shown in my e-mail for security reasons.

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