Outlook signature

Posted on 2006-05-25
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have a client who sets her Outlook signature up with a script font, but when she sends an email all recipients receive it in a regular (non script) form.  Her emails are sent in HTML.  Any ideas on how we can get it to stay the way she has it set up?

Question by:tmckinney01
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    Accepted Solution

    You can't guarantee it.  If the receiving system doesn't have that font on it, then the HTML rendering engine picks what it considers to be the closest font in the same font family.  
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    Assisted Solution

    My two cents. I agree with BlueDevilFan. The best way to ensure this is use only system installed fonts for the script.

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