What's weird is that I can receive an HTML sig in my e-mail (Outlook express) but when I compose an e-mail using HTML it just comes out as showing the code. Is there some secret handshake I'm missing out on here???
My understanding is that in MS Outlook you can only send a signature either using 'Text' or 'File'...
When choosing "tools>options>signature" in Outlook, I haven't been able to compose my signature using HTML in 'Text' (as when you compose your email using Rich Text/HTML) BUT you can use the 'File' option and browse to a published HTML page/graphic.
Create a web page > be creative with your usual signature info > then add any graphic that you want > upload it to the internet > and add the HTML in the 'File' option instead...Just keep it small so it doesn't take too long to load
And those only receiving text format in their emails won't be able to view it...
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I created a signature in Outlook 2K using the Rich Text features and it automatically converted it to HTML.. A lot of people really dislike HTML in their email though so it might have a negative impact.