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Capabilities to have rich signature such as hypertext links with logos (corporates, Twitter, Facebook...)

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  • Hồ Xuân Hiệp commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Thanks & Best regards,
    Hồ Xuân Hiệp
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  • Lưu Mạnh Hùng commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Thanks & Best regards,

    Lưu Mạnh Hùng
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  • Jitka Watrasova commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Dear All,

    could you please, write me the way, for putting signature banner?

    Thank you and have a nice day

  • Christoffel Gilis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Why not a hybrid approach?

    Nearly every device, system, or software that I have come across have the ability to do signatures. But my thought was why not use a simple ASCII string that would contribute to a match and replace so that way it fills the signature in the right place every time?

    Like, signature on any device could be like ///===EMAILSIG===/// or something then have the server find it by having a customizable string field to find and match. We would be able to circulate this string throughout the organization easily and even push it out in preassembled installables.

  • Bertrand Chatain commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hello, in the domain signature field, we should be able to access the HTML code to adjust the line spacing for exemple.

  • Tomos Tyler commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    As previously mentioned by others comments simply copy your signature (best to make the signature in a proper html editor). If you want to copy in HTML text simply click the </> button in the email signature and start HTML editing. Have a company logo on the web site for use in email and use that as the embeded signature <img src="html://">.

    This method then does not have your email embeded with a graphic and if the end user does not want to download your logo their email client can decide.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would like to put a signature with a picture in all my e mails but i don't know how to make it, could you tell me how to do this ?
    Thank you,

    Jun Cordon

  • Stéphane WIERZBICKI commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It would be nice to have multiple signatures using fields variable to make it dynamics ($username, $firm, $title and so on...

    User would be then able to choose which signature he wanted to use. Could be even better if admin can give permissions on those created signatures (default signature, list of available signature, user will be able to create its own signature...)

  • Heidi Ulrich commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It is already possible, as I have applied it here.
    Use an invisible table for formatting, and link to images that are in the root of your (homepage) web server.

  • Pascal Oblonczek commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I don't like this idea. Too many people have large ans useless signatures full of crap. Especially I hate the guys who add pictures and images to their sigs - these emails alway look like they have attachments, confusing and annoying.

  • Net Ground - Hans Buis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Add on: if I mail to local users (ie: the same @domainname) then a 'local' signature should be sent, not the whole thing which goes to customers.

  • Michael Roberts commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Having a unified signature whereby an admin can set variables such as user name, job title, company name would be great.
    I can script this to run in outlook for PC, but there are no unified signature options that will work cross platform.

  • Eduard Tieseler commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I second Banjamin's comment. In the admin settings I recall there is a company wide footer, it would be nice to be able to use this, or something similar to it, to create a company wide standard signature line, and be able to use variables to include the persons Name, Title, Extension, Email Address etc.

    My company is trying to standardize the signature company wide and it would be a really cool feature if I could go to them and say "Hey, I can set this in the email server so everyone will have a uniform signature and not each and every person having their own unique flashing wiz-bang non-profressional signatures.

    It would be a good corporate selling point for the product as well to be able to define a company wide dynamic signature line applied to all, or groups, of email users. Perhaps also allowing multiple groups assigned different signatures, or some assigned a signature, others allowed to create their own.

  • Mark Root commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It would be nice to use my signature from my office while I am away from there to. Since we run through Outlook we should be able to incorporate getting the signature.
    I prefer to have a sameness of look on my communications to my customers.

  • Benjamin Hinojosa commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    More better is integrate active directory information in signature (like exchnage 2010).
    Comgagny popopo
    $user $fonction
    $phone $mobile

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