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Embedding graphic as header to every Outlook email I send out

Posted on 2012-08-21
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Last Modified: 2013-03-13
Hi Experts sorry to ask this given that it is a topic that came up often when I did a search - however, I am not a programmer and found a lot of the examples way above my head. I would like to be able to include a simple graphic including an image and a bit of text in every email I send out  but also be able to update or change the image & text from time to time e.g. once per month say.

Attached is an example of the graphics used alternatively in a law firm's email 'header'. They apparently use Mimecast to do their's.

Any advice to a non-programmer would be hugely helpful and appreciated, thanks.

Question by:seanlark
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 2000 total points
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Create a theme and apply the theme to your messages.

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