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Email Signature (Apple vs Outlook)

Posted on 2010-09-10
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Hi Experts,

I am creating a standard signature for all uses in my company.  This includes font and layout, but some use Outlook, Windows Mail, and some are using Mac.

I dont' have a mac to test on so are there any things to avoid with Mac (Entourage etc) email signature?  Any tip would be helpful.

Thanks

HNM
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Signitues are based on standard HTML.  Any PC with any mail client should be able to read it as you present it.  Best test is in an internet page.

Hope that helps.
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