During a Friday afternoon meeting at work, someone had the bright idea of setting up an Outlook signature to include the photograph of the sender. We thought it might make us more friendly. However, even if only a small photograph is used, it would not take long to clog up the server if the photograph was attached to every email sent.
I know you can choose to insert a different signature into email messages. However, this would be too difficult for most of the people in our office! What I was wondering was whether it is possible to set up Outlook so that the first time you email an address, the signature with the photograph is used, but after that a plain signature is used. I know Outlook can manage to send only one Out of Office messages to each address, so I wan wondering whether it could remember whether ordinary emails have been sent to an address before.
We are running Microsoft Office 2003 with Microsoft Exchange Server on Windows XP Professional.
Thanks for any suggestions.