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How can I include a logo in a transprt rule signature for our company?

Posted on 2014-12-23
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I have configured a transport rule to apply a signature to outside emails from inside organization. It is working but I can not get the the logo to act right. The address and AD info goes out fine. I am importing html into the append section of the transport rule wizard.  I have tried many different codes and none seem to work.  I only get a marker where the logo goes. I put the logo on the web server and told the html where to find it. Some emails get it fine like Gmail and Hotmail but a lot of others like exchange emails get a marker. See the attachment.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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This is reason number 1 for not putting a logo in to a signature.
You cannot control how it is rendered at the other end.

As you have found, it works with some recipients, but not with others. That is to be expected. If you have placed the logo on a web server then it will be blocked by a lot of clients as that could be seen as a beacon, used by spammers and marketers to confirm the email is being opened.
Embed it and it simply creates bloat in frequent recipients mailbox.

You may have better luck with a dedicated tool, such as Exclaimer. Your best option though is to not bother.

Simon.
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by:jrdregs
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Unfortunately my boss does not accept your answer. There must be a way to include the logo in the email other that in outlook.  If outlook can do it successfully the it must be able to be done globally.  The logo is very small both  space wise and size can you elaborate on how to embed it?
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Apparently third party is the only way to do it. Hard to believe but ok. If anyone has a cheaper or better way to do it I would live to know how.
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