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Problem with html Signature in outlook 2003, when seen in plain/rich text.

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by brion dublin, Mar 12, 2010.

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  1. brion dublin

    brion dublin Thread Starter

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    Okay, I have a nice corporate email signature on the bottom of each email.

    It looks great in HTML,
    I have also check inside the txt and rich signature files inside
    :c/doc&set/%user%/programfiles/microsoft/signatures..etc
    to make sure it looks good in those formats. and it would seem okay in those files.

    When I open a new message to compose in outlook, it auto opens in html. when I change this
    to rich text, there is an error>
    it repeats my web address and also reveals and web address from my past company!

    how is this hidden, and how can i remove it?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. enricklary

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    I am Pretty good in HTML, But I am enable to suggest regarding your doubt. I too waiting for the suggestion. Please suggest us,,,

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