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Blocking Signature attachments such as a company logo JPG file

Posted on 2008-06-20
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Can attachments within the Outlook Signature be blocked while still permitting all other Email attachments?  Typically these are JPG files with the company logo included.  I am not looking to block globally but rather on an as needed basis per request.

These attachments are unnecessary particularly when the EMAIL is also downloaded to Blackberry or other Email capable phones.
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Outlook does not offer a unique file format for signatures. The signature could be anything from .jpg to .pdf so the soultion that you seek will not work directly.

If you have a firewall, it may be possible for you to remove the particular signature file by creating a rule with the specific name of the file which needs to be removed when the email arrives. Exchange may also be able to strip a particular attachment but I am not certain of this.

Since you are looking at several devices (PC, BB) the solution must be implemented on the server.
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