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netscape signature file and graphics

Posted on 2001-06-21
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I would like to add my picture to the netscpe signature file. But since it pulls it in as a text
file all graphics are ignored. Adding the picture can be done manually before sending the e-mail.  However, I  would like it done automatically. Is there anyway you can think of to do this?
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Question by:hsmith061297
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You can send HTML email instead of plain text email. Just add an href to the image on any server. However people like me dont like getting HTML email because our email clients dont support it. We get a bunch of garbage HTML code which makes the text of the email nearly impossible to read. I would suggest simply providing a link to your picture in the email so that if they want to see it they can, and it doesnt clog up email clients that dont support it.
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by:benhere
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yeah, HTML mails are sure cool ;-)

here's what the code for your signature could look like:


----------
John Whatever
Lead Engineer
This Companie
Bla bla..

<img src="http://www.myserver.com/mypicture.jpg" width="126" height="115" alt="Me" border="0">
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then, if you choose the option to send your mail as HTML, the receiver will see the picture instead of the code.. providing you've uploaded it to a given server..

if you send the picture as an attachment (but I doubt you can do this automatically with every mails), the code would be:
<img src="mypicture.jpg" width=126 height=115 alt="Me" border="0">
But I recommand to put your picture on a server.


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