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I want to incorporate a graphic and sound in my autosignature.

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I want to incorporate a graphic and sound in my autosignature.  I wrote a small html script which has the the graphics and sound file in it.  Outlook automatically changes this html file.  The new file has for the graphis file something like this src=cid:00038127766398 while the sound file remains the same scr=c:\sound.file.  The graphis get sent but the sound does not.  The reciepients e-mail is looking for the sound file but cannot find it.  How can I (step by step) get the html file to get converted so my sound file will have the the src=cid:0003485 format?
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
David Hill
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I think you might find http://www.neostorm.net/outlook/bgsound.htm helpful.  (Tested and works for Outlook 98 through Outlook 2002.)
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