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Dynamic Signature Exchange - IIS Image Folder - HTML Code

I have created a Dynamic Signature in MS Exchange using HTML code as required. The problem I have is referencing the code to call an image and setting it up.

Im told I need to setup an image folder within IIS and call this folder in my code but Im not sure how to do this or if there is an alternative.

Any advice is much appreciated.
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
I haven't ever done this myself but I wanted to affirm these observations.

Be wary, as every time that email is opened it will be use additional resources on your IIS server. This could be particularly stressful if you apply this policy to every email in your organization and dependent on how many emails your organizations sends.

Also, if this image is getting sent out on external emails it will consume your upload bandwidth as the image will be downloaded to the recipients Outlook client.
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SCOTT78Technical AdvisorAuthor Commented:
Very true, but i need to replace an email signature for 80 staff every 6 months and this is the only centralised way to do it, that I'm aware of.

I can't go around all machines updating outlook as some are remote.

Any other suggestions?
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SCOTT78Technical AdvisorAuthor Commented:
Thanks for help but managed to figure it out. I found an option for Dynamic signatures with MS Exchange Console where I could create the signature in vbscript and html which would then attach to all outgoing emails or email addresses I defined.
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SCOTT78Technical AdvisorAuthor Commented:
Solved the issue with further investigation into console as the response from forum didnt provide much help.
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