Exchange Photos available for external email address

Good afternoon Experts,

We have added our company photos adde to our Exchange environment internally. Does anyone know how our clients externally can see these photos when we email them directly?

Thank you all,
JENLOR
JenlorAsked:
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Mick AndersonSr. VPCommented:
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
they can't see the pictures because they are AD-integrated which is not accessible from the outside
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Rajitha ChimmaniCommented:
External recipients should not be able to see the pictures that you added to Exchange unless they have the sender's name in their contacts list with a photo they saved.

Are all external recipients able to see the pictures of all your users? That is not expected.
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
I think the only time your AD pictures show up externally is if you also had Lync in the environment and you Federate it with ADFS.

One option would be to add your picture to your vCard in Outlook. Then you can add that vCard to your email signature. That way your picture will show up at the foot of all your emails in the vCard. Works very well. Or add your picture directly to your email signature. I think the vCard method looks sharper.

If you want fancier signatures you may even like to use a made product like Exclaimer.
http://www.exclaimer.com/signature-manager-exchange-edition/features
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