Need Outlook 2010 signature as JPEG with MAP links

Posted on 2011-10-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have an email account for which I want the signature to simply LOOK like a reference a JPG file on my website.  I created an HTML page containing the image, then assigned MAP areas to the JPG for different areas of the JPG, like my email address (linked to a mailto:), my facebook page, and my twotter page.  The HTML file works fine in a browser.

When I copy and paste it from a browser to Outlook 2010, the signature looks OK, but none of the links work.  I have read something about the MAP features working fine in Outlook 2007 but not 2010, but am not sure whether that is the case.

Is there any way to get the functionality that I want using either HTML and/or CSS in the Outlook signature ?

Thanks very much!
Question by:Kevin
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    hi ,

    It seems that outlook 2010 doesnt support image map well

    the discusssion in the above forum says the same problem and that remains still

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