Add Automatically images to Outlook 2003 Signature

Posted on 2011-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

I’m trying to find a way to add an image automatically to an existing signature in Outlook 2003. I have corporate images. I don’t mind if the users need to click on the batch files to add it, I just want to avoid all the users to go in their options and add the images automatically.

The images can be stores on a server or on all the computers.

Any suggestion?

Thanks a lot
Question by:brular01
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    See here on how to do this. Someone wrote a script for something similar with text. Read through the comments and the author provided a modified line to use instead of all those other lines for text signatures. That will allow you to use an image instead.

    The updated script file is here. Save it with a .VBS extension.

    Author Comment

    Thanks looks like this script will generate the signature bases on AD Users Field, I dont want to modify the existing signature just happen the images into it

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    Author Comment

    thanks premglitz I will get back to you next week

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