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Outlook 2007 Signatures Attached Company Logo

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Hi,

we use Exchange 2007 and Outlook 2007. Some users have attached our company logo to their Outlook Signatures so that when the signatures are included in new email/ replied emails the logo is included in the signature. The recipients of these emails see the logos in the email in the signature but they also see the logos as attached files that they can download and use. Does anyone know of an easy way to have these logos as part of the signatures but without being attached files that can be downloaded etc.?

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by:Tony1044
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I think that is now the default behaviour now of some email clients (Outlook 2007, for example, does it)
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Not sure how to do this natively. However, I use Code Two for this. I have provided a link to the product you'd need.

http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-rules-2007/download/

hope this helps



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by:rpliner
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oh yeah, they also provide instructions on how to disable user editing of signatures through GPO.

http://www.codetwo.com/kb/how-to-disable-adding-signatures-created-in-outlook-for-exchange-users/52


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Some clients will still display graphics as an attachment even with this method of doing it.
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This link may be of help then

http://www.msoutlook.info/question/500

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by:rcasmer
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I use Outlook 2007 and I have not noticed this problem.  I always create my email signatures in MS Word 2007 and save it to where ever.  Then just copy and paste it into the email signature box.  I don't know if this will work for you, but I hope this helps.
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by:aZLAn2000
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Hi,

The image _is_ an attachment and it's up to the receiving end to detect is as an inline image or an attachment and this does not always work.

Using Symprex Mail Signature Manager to create and deploy signatures you will overcome this problem.

You may also change your default email format to RTF. RTF can contain images directly in the RTF message where HTML message can only contain attached images to the message.

Good luck.
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