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What is the best file type to use to insert a logo into an outlook signature?  I used a .bmp file but it sometimes comes across as  << OLE Object: Picture (Metafile) >> instead of the logo.
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Question by:Linda Bee
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by:alienvoice
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I use a jpg file format for my business's logo in outlook.

Never had any problems with it.
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by:war1
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Hello thazel,

I prefer .gif or jpeg file.  But some email client do not read or block images.  So put the logo image on plubic server.  Then in the signature, point to the file.

Hope this helps!
war1
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I just realized it was actually a .jpg.  Initially I used a .bmp, but I changed it to a .jpg.  I think I will try the public server.
Thanks.
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