I was presented with an interesting challenge from my employers today. They want everyone in the company to have a digital signature added to their emails.
By digital signature I mean a digitized version of their pen-and-paper signature.
I can handle the collection of the actual signatures...either by using a scan or having them sign on a tablet PC...but adding that little image file into everyone's email signature by hand is a real pain.
Is there any method by which I can forcibly add these image files onto peoples' accounts? Via script or exchange policy perhaps?
I would prefer it if the users were also able to customize the rest of their signature themselves...all I want is to add the signature image to the top of their outlook signature
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