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fpavon

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Hi to all.

Is it possible to put a image in the signature. For example, my company's logo?

With regards
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winkelman

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Nope.

I've long since requested this feature (mainly for the domain footer and normal email messages).

You can submit a ticket for this feature request (standard way of requesting features). the more people do this, the faster it will be implemented :)
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Petr Dousa (Kerio)

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You can put <img src=http://forums.kerio.com/keriologo.gif> in your signature and it will work, if the recipient allows displaying remote images in his mail client.

You can actually have any HTML in signature, like bold, colors, etc.

Petr Dousa
user experience designer, Kerio
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lodewijk

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does this work for the global domain footer too?
(i cant test this myself)
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winkelman

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lodewijk wrote on Sat, 25 March 2006 16:37

does this work for the global domain footer too?
(i cant test this myself)


Nope. You can have HTML-tags in the 'per user' mail signature, like pdousa says, but HTML-tags in the domain footer will work. They will stay readable as tags (the recipient will see the tags, and not their intended function). At least this was the case with recent versions of KMS, I haven't tried it with the current release.
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steccia79

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You can use mime inline encoding

<img src=" data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAACAAAAAgCAYAAA Bzenr0AAACR0lEQVRYha1XvU4bQRD+bF/JjzEnpUDwCPROywPgB4h0PUWkFE kLposUIYyEU4N5AEpewnkDCiQcjBQpWLiLjk3DrnZnZ3buTv4ae25mZ+Z2Zr 7daxljDGpg++Mv978Y5Nhc6+Di5tk9u7/bR3cjY9eOJnMUh3mg5y0roBjk+P F1F+1WCwCCJKTgpz9/ozjMg+ftVQQ/PtrB508f1OAcau8ADW5xfLRTOzgAZM PxTNy+YpDj6vaPGtxPgvpL7QwAtKXts8GqBveT8P1p5YF5x8nlo+n1p6bXn5 ov3x9M+fZmjDGRXBXWH5X/Lv4FdqCLaLAmwX1/VKYJtIwJeYDO+dm3PSePJn O8vJbJhqN62hOUJ8QpoD1Au5kmIentr9TobAK04RyJEOazzjV9KokogVRwjv m6652kniYRJUBrTkft5bUEAGyuddzz7noHALBYls5O09skaE+4HdAYruobUz 1FVI6qcy7xRFW95A915pzjiTp6zj7za6fB1lay1/Ssfa8/jRiLw/n1k9tizl 7TS/aZ3xDakdqUByR/gDcF0qJV8QAXHACy+7v9wGA4ngWLVskDo8kcg4Ot8F pGa8PV0I7MyeWjq53f7Zrer3nyOLYJpJJowgN+g9IExNNQ4vLFskwyJtVrd8 JoB7g3b4rz66dIpv7UHqg611xw/0om8QT7XXBx84zheCbKGui2U9n3p/YAlS VyqRqc+kt+mCyWJTSeoMGjOQciOQDXA6kjVTsL6JhpYHtA+wihPaGOWgLqnV ACPQua4j8NK7bPLP4+qQAAAABJRU5ErkJggg== " width="32" height="32">
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fthomsen

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Mime inline encoding does not work for us. The image will show up correct in the kerio connect client, but at the recipient is just the icon for an broken image.

Is there an other way get the logo in html-signature?

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steccia79

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Sorry, i've found an error in my post.
Use this website to obtain the correct html code, with all correct tags

websemantics.co.uk/online_tools/image_to_data_uri_convertor/

I've tried with outlook and it's work
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fthomsen

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Sorry, still no graphic visible. See demo-files enclosed.

  • Attachment: demo.eml
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Yohann94

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It works very well here, but I had to use png images. Thank you for the tips and the website link.

[EDIT] In fact, after a few hours, the signature is truncated. It seems that the maximum size is limited to 4096 caracters. I think we don't have other choice than puting a img url html tag.

[Updated on: Tue, 28 October 2014 10:13]

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