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winkelman

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Since 7.2 you can use a HTML domain footer and our PR department has jumped onto this. To my regret, I don't like all the images and banners in email signatures some companies, and now including ours, use. But hey, I'm just the IT guy. Cool

If I use multiple images on a single line (let's say some logos in a row) and want to give each image its own individual hyperlink, this does not work. In the resulting footer, all images have become one entity with a single hyperlink destination. If you click any of them, a square around all of them becomes visible, indicating the click-target is all images, not just the one you clicked on. Putting spaces in between the images, does not help. And makes matters worse: now a blue 'hyperlink line' is drawn below the whole thing including the images. It ain't pretty.

Even if you put the images on separate lines, it sill does not work as expected (same behavior as above). You can only seem to achieve separate, individual hyperlinks with images if you put an extra empty line (or with text) between them.

We have now implemented a simpler footer. Our wish is to be able to use separate images, placed right against each other with 0 pixels in between and be able to give them different hyperlink targets.

I have submitted a support ticket for this with Kerio, but wanted to see if any of you have come across this...
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I would first check if the resulting e-mail has the proper HTML. I guess something with the "a href" and "img src" is wrong. Have a look at the source of such an e-mail.

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winkelman

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freakinvibe wrote on Fri, 05 August 2011 14:45
I would first check if the resulting e-mail has the proper HTML. I guess something with the "a href" and "img src" is wrong. Have a look at the source of such an e-mail.

Thanks for the reply!
Well, if it had the proper HTML, it wouldn't be an issue. So I guess the HTML is wrong, you're correct there! Razz

The resulting HTML is pretty obfuscated, hard to read. Seems the images are encoded right within the hyperlinks. Anyway, I couldn't edit the HTML code directly, so knowing the HTML error wouldn't help very much. Thus I'll leave that analysis up to the engineers at Kerio.

I was just wondering if any of you tried anything 'fancy' with the new HTML domain footer feature ad gotten any issues. Not that I consider multiple images with hyperlinks to be fancy, but hey Wink
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