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    exchange 2010 OWA signature with an image

    Is it possible to have an image in your signature with OWA in 2010 SP2?

    Or if not, is there any free software that will allow this?

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    google code two exchange rules

    i think they are pretty impressive and free

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    Quote Originally Posted by bart21 View Post
    google code two exchange rules

    i think they are pretty impressive and free

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    Can you elaborate please?

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    @RabbieBurns

    (1) EXCHANGE 2010 DISCLAIMER, SIGNATURE - Email Disclaimers, Personal Signatures, Images, Logo, Branding, Active Directory Values we use this also (but paid for it) the demo and the paid for version are exactly the same except the demo version adds a link to the CodeTwo website at the bottom of all signatures.

    We use the 2003 version (As we have exchange 2003)...

    We had a few issues with emails being lost when we first had it but this was due to a small bug in the software that meant when sending to large groups (for example our all staff group is ~200 users) around half of the mails got dropped - in the end we found this was a clash between the CodeTwo software and the Sophos puremessage filters, it is all sorted now and the majority of staff members have a signature.

    The software allows different signatures for different groups also - so for example, the Technicians in the office have slightly different signatures than the rest of the staff as it adds a link to the School's Helpdesk to all emails that are internal only - this does not get added to external emails. As briefly mentioned there, you can configure different signatures based on where the email is going, if the program decides that the email is an external on you can have a different signature added (eg a disclaimer etc) whereas an internal one may not need to have such information. another good thing about it is that it will pull information from AD so like in our case, First Name, surname, email addy, job title, phone number and extension numbers are all pulled from AD to compile the address so although the signatures have the same look and feel, the information in them is personal to the users sending the email.

    The signatures are easy to configure and whilst the development and support is done from Portugal, I cannot say I have any reason to complain with it

    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Natively no you cant.
    Exchange 2010? Yes you can.

    By using targeted disclaimers on a transport rule with the IMG tag

    Using Images in Disclaimers
    In Exchange 2010, you can add images to an HTML disclaimer by using the IMG tag. For example:

    <IMG src="http://myserver.mydomain.com/images/companylogo.gif">
    see here: Chris and Robin's Technology blog: Exchange 2010 Hub Transport - building an automated signature

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    Awesome, Ill need to give that a try! Thanks!

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    "Exchange 2010? Yes you can"

    You sure for OWA you can? Im sure you can't?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    "Exchange 2010? Yes you can"

    You sure for OWA you can? Im sure you can't?
    but if this is a transport rule added after the mail is sent it shouldnt matter where it is sent from?

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    Yep - @RabbieBurns is correct.

    It won't display in OWA, but it'll still be on there when sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Yep - @RabbieBurns is correct.

    It won't display in OWA, but it'll still be on there when sent.
    Correct, the actual images itself may not be displayed,text will, this will depend on the image location and if IE shows images on or not, depends how the message is viewed at the receivers end.

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