Thunderbird sigs

Discussion in 'Programming' started by CH1LL1, Aug 5, 2005.

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  1. CH1LL1

    CH1LL1 New Member


    I have a client who uses an app called Thunderbird (never heard of it myself) for email. He wants to attach a signature to every email which will include a logo and contact details. He has managed to do this by creating it and saving as a jpg but wants the website url to be a hyperlink, which in a jpg it obviously isn't.

    Solution anyone?

  2. Chroder

    Chroder New Member

    Thunderbird is Mozilla's mail client. A great alternative to the hideous Outlook or Outlook Express ;)

    I use TB, though I don't use signatures so I can't tell you off the top of my head. Download and have a look around ;)

    Though I think you should tell your client he will be better off using a plain-text signature. This way all of his recipients aren't always downloading an image file (some people like to view emails offline, for example. Or those with slow connections), and to place the image inline as a hyper link, he will have to send all of his messages as HTML. Some people do not accept HTML emails.

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