Adding a signature to emails in window mail

  martin p 13:54 25 Aug 2008

Hi All.
How can i use my signature, at the end of an email, as and when i want to.
I have produced one on a tablet and saved it, as a jpeg, is there a quicker way than importing it and adding it at the end of my text.


  Sea Urchin 14:19 25 Aug 2008

You need to save it in Word as a webpage. Then in Windows Mail click Tools > Options > Signatures tab > click New > then under Edit Signature select File and browse to your saved HTML file and open - you will now have your signature saved. To use it in a message click Insert > Signature and select

  martin p 16:58 25 Aug 2008

Thank you, Sea Urchin Magic !!


  Graham. 23:48 25 Oct 2008

Unable to get this to work. It was OK on XP with Outlook Express. I was using this HTML code:

<img width=200 height=248 src="file://C:\ C:\Users\Graham\Desktop\Signature\Logo.jpg">

But I just get a placeholder instead of the signature. Or I get the 'Too big' warning.

I've been trying to make sense of this thread: click here="Warning:%20Your%20signature%20file%20is%20too%20large." but non of that has worked so far.

Surely there must be an easy way?

  Graham. 23:52 25 Oct 2008

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  Sea Urchin 11:07 26 Oct 2008

Don't know why it shouldn't work for you - presumably your Windows Mail Sending format (under Tools/Options/Send) is set to HTML?

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