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EMail Signatures With a Small Graphic

Posted on 2014-03-17
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Marketing wants our brand to be seen wherever we go.  Everyone at the company has a signature file with a small graphic (.png) and specific font set.  But as these message get into the inboxes of our partners and customers and potential customers - the signatures are getting goofed up for various reasons.  For example some anti-spam measures remove all graphics from message contents altogether.  In other cases different system types will munge the singature fonts or spacing.  

Question for the mighty experts - is there a means to increase the likelihood that your email signature makes it into peoples' inbox looking as you intended??  With the graphic??
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Are you using html signatures? I have seen issues with alt text in html signatures and other funny issues (expecially in iManage Filesite DMS). Try making the signature rich text instead.

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Thanks.
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