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Outlook Express signature with pictures

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  • Anonymous

    Excellent!! I’ve been wondering how to do this. Thanks!!

  • Anonymous

    super !<BR/>thanks

  • Anonymous

    Altough the html signature is excellent, thi picute won’t display.. :(<BR/><BR/>Why may that be?

  • Anonymous

    Excellent article. If the picture doesn’t displey, edit the HTML image source to reflect the full path of the image. e.g. c:signaturesignature.jpg and it should work. It did for me!

  • wendy

    Thanks SO much for this. It worked great!

  • Anonymous

    Just great to find your site. Very helpful to get Outlook Express with signature IN COLOUR

  • Anonymous

    The picture does not display. I edited the HTML image source to reflect the full path of the image, but it still does not work.

  • Anonymous

    what if I just want all the font to be black? and how do I add lines? thanks!

  • Anonymous

    You must use an HTML path, which is not the same as a Windows path. Windows would be "C:signaturesblah.jpg" but HTML would be "file:///c:/signatures/blah.jpg"<BR/><BR/>And if you have any spaces in the filename, use a "%20" in place of each space. This should do it for ya.

  • Anonymous

    not work, if i open the file signature.html from iexplore or mozilla, display the image, but if i put this file as a signature in Outlook Express is not show me the image…<BR/>any ideea, it may bee by Som settings from OE<BR/><BR/>MS

  • Anonymous

    You can put the picture in the HTML as following<BR/>src="C:Signaturesignature.JPG" <BR/><BR/>This settings are working for me and hope that will work also for you

  • Anonymous

    Awesome!!!!!

  • sonphi0110

    When you have a Outlook Express signature with pictures and then you send a mail to Microsoft Outlook 2003 , result is the content email not show, it’s attachment. I don’t know why, help me, pls.<BR/>Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    Works fine, but the emails I send end up as spam.

  • Anonymous

    Works good, but the email ends up as spam to whoever I send it to. Is there a way It wont do that?

  • Anonymous

    in order to make the image shown, save the picture that u have created in paint.exe as anyname.bmp,that is, if u have created the image on your own in the paint program,then u have to save it as a .bmp file, NOT A .JPG OR GIF FILE,i hope this will help you…<BR/><BR/>"i recommend you to visit TURKIYE at least once, awesome places to see there…"

  • Anonymous

    I get an error message following this. It says my file is too large and it truncating it.

  • Anonymous

    Did as you said and when I open a new mail massage to compose I get a pop up saying something like this:" Warning: signature file is an illigal text file. The signature has been removed, other signature settings may be affected."<BR/><BR/>What could be the problem. Thanks for helping.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12793269109200961464 amer

    tnhx man this will be very useful all the best

  • Anonymous

    A great thank you from France!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09971103998580250029 Lin

    Fantastic instructions. Thank you so much!<BR/><BR/>You can change the colour of the text by entering a different code in the HTML document.<BR/>color:#F95407 which was given is orange, therefore black would be #000000. Check out this website for more colours: <BR/>http://html-color-codes.com/

  • Claudiu

    Thanks Lin for the suggestion, indeed you can put different text colors, and a tool I prefer working with (freeware) is colorschemer http://www.colorschemer.com/colorpix_info.php

  • Anonymous

    having trouble displaying pic. Only get blank box with Xin upper left corner.

  • Evan

    But will this actually attach the image? As far as I’m aware Outlook Express will only attach the html file. Therefore, if a user who doesn’t already have that image file stored on their machine tries to open it, they won’t get the image?

  • Anonymous

    it is not working .. can plz give one screen shot who’s outlook is signature along with logo or pic<BR/><BR/>HAri Reddy

  • Anonymous

    I had to try some times but succeeded. coulnd use JPEG, only BMP, and used a command "file:///c:/signatures/signature.bmp" and it WORKS !!!!<BR/>Only I had to increase the size of the picture to be recognasible.<BR/><BR/>Thanks once more

  • Anonymous

    It’s really wonderfull.I was thinking of doing the same ask some people but nobody was able to tell.<BR/>Thanks

  • Anonymous

    how can i edit it so the text is closer to the bottom of the jpg?<BR/><BR/>also the text is too far with a <BR> between them. any suggestions to tighten it all up?

  • James

    Employer asked me to figure this out, thanks for making this tutorial!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13123288448185566641 reji

    Reji Said<BR/>for me html is working jpg is not working.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06042087714765541959 Dhruv Mehrotra

    the picture does not display….<BR/>what to do :(

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06042087714765541959 Dhruv Mehrotra

    the picture does not diplay …. i have trying to do it for over 2 hrs noow ….what to do :(

  • Max Johnson

    Careful!<BR/><BR/>The picture won’t display for a recipient of your email, as the picture isn’t sent to them. It will look fine on your end, but they’ll just get a little red x. If you linked to an image hosted on the internet in your HTML however, that would work. This guide is flawed.

  • pablo

    This is weird… I created an html file with styles and image in Dreamweaver. It looks great in the preview, but when I add it to the OE signature tab, it won’t show any styles or image… the path is correct, but I don’t know what else to do. Any ideas? thanks guys

  • Anonymous

    Loved it, thank you so much for doing this

  • Anonymous

    Wow, that’s so cool. Worked just great for me. Thanks for the post.

  • Anonymous

    good very good

  • Anonymous
  • http://www.jephens.com/ Jeff

    To use the guide, you need to make sure that you have uploaded the graphic you want to use in your signature to your website, and make the first line in the HTML file refers to that file:<br /><br />–&gt; &quot;http://www.yourwebsite.com/signature.jpg&quot; &lt;–<br /><br />You would need to replace that with the path to the file on your own webserver.

  • SHNI

    Thanks dude today my big tension release regards SHANI

  • Anonymous

    You don&#39;t need to upload the image to your website, i mean what if you don&#39;t have a website?<br /><br />Just change your first line of the html file to the physical path of the image on your pc: ie:<br /><br />c:signaturesignature.jpg<br /><br />now O/E will call image straight from that folder.

  • Anonymous

    i have done that but still i am not able to add my comp. logo as signature.

  • Anonymous

    Very clear steps are given. In first attempt i did it.<br />Thanks dear!!!

  • Anonymous

    thanxx a lot , worked just fine for me

  • Anonymous

    not working- just get a little red &#39;x&#39; in the corner. i think i may have typed the path wrong, but i cant seem to correct it.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09821479206868335645 Mike

    you can try doing this with a html template instead of the signature method. all the problems with pictures not showing or email being flagged as spam (typically when your image is stored on a server) don&#39;t apply. the only thing is that it wouldn&#39;t attach itself to reply &amp; forward emails.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10599470543089610999 Rodney

    for wich version of outlook is this? 2000 or 2003

  • Anonymous

    it work. but problem when reply the mail will not display the sender date and time.. how to solve it?

  • Anonymous

    if you want to convert your pic to html, make a flickr account, upload your photo, then when u view that particular photo you&#39;ll see in the right hand side toolbar itll say &quot;grab the html&quot; you need THIS not the url for adding the pic to your signature.

  • Anonymous

    logo picture appear but not in left side, it appear in centre of page. please help meeee.

  • Anonymous

    This may be great instructions for some but I don&#39;t have a clue what this guys is talking about. It&#39;s not his fault, it&#39;s just way over my head.

  • Anonymous

    I finally figured out how to get the image to appear. Good stuff!!!<br />Now Can I add more than one image to my signature?<br />I sure hope so, thanks

  • Anonymous

    How do you get the graphics to show below the signature?<br />Thanks!

  • Anonymous

    this is a great post.. keep it up …thank you very muchhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05228093974218571943 Jayanth

    thank you very much. <br />for person who couldn&#39;t get appear the picture, change the html code where <br />src=&quot;http://www.yourwebsite.com/signature.jpg&quot;&gt;<br /><br />can all type of jpg bmp and i used gif type also.<br />we can use path in the local pc drives.eg:- C:signaturesignature.gif<br />it really works.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/01600119435672923316 Usha

    y is that my image not displayed

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/01600119435672923316 Usha

    i have changed the code as gvn <br />img width=87 height=113src=&quot;http://www.yourwebsite.com/signature.jpg&quot;&gt;<br />even then image is not displayed

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12440753307050344648 hrxx

    wanted to add just company logo (it has company address, tel 6 else in it), so deleted everything else after … and<br />works perfectly in oe!<br />thanx man!

  • Anonymous

    YAH , USE THE FULL PATH TO IMAGE SOURCE AND IT WORKS..ITS AMAZING ..FINALLY I MADE IT WORK ..WOW

  • Anonymous

    how i convert the signature &amp; image in html file

  • Anonymous

    Thx, works great with that &quot;file:///signature.bmp&quot; ;)))

  • Anonymous

    I HAVE CONVERT THE MY SIGNATURE FILE ,BUT HOW I CONVERT JPEG CONVERT INTO HTML

  • Anonymous

    You said &quot;Since several people said the link has to be relative&quot;, but you mean &quot;absolute&quot;.

  • Anonymous

    This is cool, thanks!

  • Anonymous

    works well for both image and text. But cant add link – email and my website. Sad&gt;&gt;&gt;

  • Anonymous

    This is great! :) Just what I was looking for!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06758454598101518006 Rahul

    i follow this steps but showing error as &quot;Your signature file is too large. Make it smaller.It is truncated.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12410424694462498198 Hiten

    Very useful tip really. It worked quite well.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00960813145391872660 Jan

    This simply does not work for me. Outlook Express on Windows XP SP3. Ive done EXACTLY what the tutorial sais but it does not work.

  • Anonymous

    This worked for me just fine, except that outgoing mail automatically have the image I used for signature as an attachment. How could I avoid this?

  • Anonymous

    thnx dear

  • Sam

    Thank you so much for this, I&#39;ve been pulling my hair out over this. Finally got it working apart from when i send it out it&#39;s not all level. You can see one of the lines from where i had to slice it in photoshop. <br /><br />Any help would be greatly appreciated.