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BES 5.0.2 SBS 2011 - BB 9780 How to insert image in siginature ?

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I have a user with the configuration above, I'm sure this may be simple, but I can not figure it out. I want to add a logo to the bottom of his emails and also sometime send email without it. The logo is a small jpeg image. I don't want to attach the file, I want it viewed at the bottom of my signature as an embedded image, much like you can do in outlook.

Currently the user has a simple text signature, but has now launched a new venture and so wants to have a banner to advertise it, it does not need to have a web link embedded, just the image would do.

Is this possible ? if so how do I do I configure this on the handset ?
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Sorry Blackberry is not supporting pictures in their signatures ..

Plain Text is always good :) also i havn't seen anyone is successed with HTML coding on signatures.  Better try  from email server side.
Mike SullivanDirector

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Hi it-pro,
Whilst the correct answer is "BlackBerry only supports plain text", I've heard anecdotal evidence that people who include HTML code in BIS signatures have had success with it.

With BES, you have two signatures: One set on the handset that is specific to the user and one set on the server that is global to all users. You can tell the BES to use just one, the other or both as you wish.

My recommendation would be to try it using standard HTML coding and test it.

Good luck,

Mike

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Mike are you saying I would just past the HTML code in the signature on the handset and that should worK ? I can host the image and link to it in the code.
Mike SullivanDirector

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Hi it-pro,

According to the reports I've heard, yes. You must make sure that your BES supports HTML content in emails, of course. By default, this is enabled.

Mike

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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

BB does not support HTML sig.
Mike SullivanDirector

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Surely the points should go to Ash_Us who provided the correct answer?

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