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Email Signature with link to Document

Posted on 2010-08-25
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I need to create a signature for all users using a SBS 2003 Server, that is a small standard template which will have a link to a pdf file which the person receiving the email can click on and view our disclaimer, this pdf willl need to be on our server somehwere maybe IIS but must be secure.

Does anyone know how to do this ?
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Best way to do it is to put / host the file along with your website. and put the link on to the email signature. for e.g. you can put the link like http://www.yourwebsite.com/disclaimer.pdf on to the signature.
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For several of my clients we made it an html page hosted with their website rather than a pdf.

It isn't a link in any of the menus on the website just a page that sits in the root directory of the website.

With it on the website then you don't need to worry about it being accessible of your server.

HTH


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