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How to make a clickable Outlook signature that adds a contact

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I have a customer that wants to make a custom Outlook signature with logo etc... that when clicked it will add a contact to the recipients address book. Is this possible? Thanks
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Question by:lanicomllc
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by:sunnyc7
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What version of exchange are you using ?
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by:lanicomllc
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Version: 6.5.7638.1
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Small Business Server 2003 SP2
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by:Joshua_Peters
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You can link to attach a .vcf from your website.
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by:lanicomllc
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Thanks Joshua Peters, That might work
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by:lanicomllc
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Well, so far none of the above mentioned ideas are what I am looking for. I would like to make it so the vcard is attached to the email and make it so there is a link to the vcard in the signature. Is there any way to link to the attachment from inside the email?
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by:lanicomllc
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Thanks for your input guys! I found a solution
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by:sunnyc7
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hi

Please close the case and accept appropriate answers. If you found your own, then you can mark your own comment as an answer and provide an explanation.

thanks
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I found out that I can customize a business card and add it to my signature. This should work for my customer.
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by:Joshua_Peters
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What was wrong with the answer I provided? You said "I found out that I can customize a business card and add it to my signature."

A business card is a .vcf
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by:lanicomllc
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I already knew about .vcf files and how they worked but I didn't think they would work for our customer because their generic look, but then I found out that you can customize a business card with logo and graphics. I thank you for your input but it didn't really help my issue.
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