Adding clickable image to existing disclaimer inside of EMC 2010

I am trying to configure a legal disclaimer inside of Microsoft Exchange Management 2010. I already have their existing disclaimer in place, I am trying to add a clickable image. I have tried a few different methods but have landed repeatedly on a small "x" instead the image when sending test mail. Anyone out there have any tips or tutorials to help me through this? After doing some research, I landed on a forum saying 3rd party software may be necessary. Looking for some guidance from someone with experience implementing a clickable image inside of the disclaimer.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
disclaimers normally are just text. Use a signature instead
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
What happen, if you check disclaimer from OWA?
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NOC123Author Commented:
I created an HTML disclaimer, opened with notepad and appended to disclaimer in ECM. Worked just fine. Thanks everyone!
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