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We have a simple logo file on our signature on our regular outlook email but when we set up our signature on OWA it does not give us any option we can find to insert our logo into the Email Signature. Is this a limitation or am I just missing something?
Thanks for the feedback.
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I have checked the information Joan provided and tried the steps. I am able to add an image in my signature. For your convenience, I have attached the steps as below:
1. Upload the logo to a public access url.
2. In Outlook 2010, compose a new email and mark sure the Format Text is HTML. Click Insert>Picture, paste the URL of the logo in the File name tab and click Insert. Please send the email to the Office 365 email address.
3. In Outlook Web App, double click the email, right click the logo and click Copy. Click Options>See All Options>Settings. In the E-Mail Signature edit box, press Ctrl+V to paste the logo. Mark the Automatically include my signature on messages I send option. Make sure HTML is select behind Compose message in this format. Click Save.
4. Try to send an email to check the result.
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You can test the workaround provided on the following post:
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How are the things going?
There's got to be an easier way to insert an image than that !!! That's a lot of touble just to do a simple paste into the signature file area.
I agree, surely??? This is such a fundamental need for a business!
This solution doesn't work for me, because the image is converted to an attachment and therefore not accessible for recipients who aren't connected with office 365(Authenticated).
The only way to get an image inside my signature is to create an html page with Visual Studio or something.
Hopefully this works for you.
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I am having a problem with just copy and pasting an image into the signature. I am using office 365 web app and copied and pasted a 15kb png image. I go to setting and paste the image in the signature text box, but when I try to save it an error pops up saying "The text you typed is too long. Please shorten it and save again." Please let me know how I can get this done, thanks.
You can try the steps provided by Joey.
If you are using Office 365 for Enterprises, you can also use Disclaimers. To automatically apply disclaimers to e-mail messages, you can use transport rules to create disclaimers in the Exchange Control Panel. For detailed information about how to create a disclaimer, refer to the link below: http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/ff852816.aspx.
I ve tried both solutions, first one isn t working, as i get no picture into the signature...i ve got a red square instead...And second tip from Joey isn t working, as the office 365 signature isn t recognized at HTML, it s writing the HTLM code in text, even if the message is in HTML.
What can i do?
You may consider to set Disclaimers. When you try the steps provided by Mindy, make sure the logo is uploaded to a public access url.
i don t want disclaimers, i just need a signature for users! So stop posting useless answers, and please answer my question.
WTF Microsoft? We are in 21 st century, is that impossible to use logo in signature? If so, just wake up guys!
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Read Through this:
You can use a image with public URL
ok, thank you, but CAN YOU PLEASE READ POSTS???
I already did it, but HTML isn t recognised as code, it show code in signature, not translated HTML!!!
So next time, before answering, please read problem first.
we are here to give you solution. Be Modest!
Directly copy and paste html code couldn't work.
User PowerShell to add HTML signature.
I struggled with this one for a long time buyt finally got there through trial and error.
Get your image file and upload it to a public URL. I did this through postimage.org where you can easily upload your file - you then copy the file link and open your image with a browser. Once opened then Ctrl V (copy). Use the instructions below to get to you OWA signature and simply paste your image file in. Save and it should be working. Best of luck... and hopefully Microsoft will distribute the fix more efficiently than thus far!!!
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