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Image in signature getting removed randomly

Posted on 2012-03-29
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I have a client using Outlook 2007 on 5 different computers. Whats happening is that people they randomly email but when the recipient replies, the logo is randmonly replaced with the text <image001.gif>. Its random, because I emailed myself from their outlook, and I got the email perfectly. I cannot pin it to one recipient or another. Its random.

Here is what it looks when its emailed.
REMOVEDI used the regular signature editor
Sigeditor
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It is something that you cannot control.

As stated in your question, it says:

"but when the recipient replies, the logo is randmonly replaced with the text <image001.gif>"

Does the recepient see the signature logo?
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It depends on the client's installation of Outlook (or whatever mail client he uses). He will see the image just fine (if enabled in his client).
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I figured the above suggestions, but I just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
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