Email Signatures

Hi,

I an trying to create an email signature that I can implement company wide, within Microsoft outlook.  I have created the jpg image and have inserted this image into a htm page, created within dreamweaver.  Unfortunately, when I change the code in dreamweaver so that it reads:

<img src="email_banner.jpg" width="540" height="57">

and create a new signature within Outlook, I just get a 'red x' no picture box.  Both the htm and jpg are saved within the same folder and the name of the jpg is correct.

Can you help with this?

Regards

Dean Lindley
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spiderfixCommented:
>>Both the htm and jpg are saved within the same folder<<

Is that folder c:\windows\application data\microsoft\signatures ?
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deanlindleyAuthor Commented:
I have just solved the problem and your suggestion was similar.  I actually had to save both files to:  outlook's signature folder:  ..\..\..\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures.  These folders were hidden however.

Thanks for your advise.

Dean
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spiderfixCommented:
That's odd, that folder is not a hidden folder. Another odd thing is
when using the "options/signature picker..." from Outlook it should
automatically put everything created in that folder.

If it's working then no reason to worry about it. Glad you got it worked out.
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