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IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 08:49
by mns17
Hi, All!

How add img in to signature with script?

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 08:57
by mattg

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 09:18
by mns17
IMG in to e-mail body!!!
How add IMG in to e-mail body with script?
And then HTML signature with <href="1.jpg">

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 10:17
by mattg
I'm sorry, what are you asking?

The title says add an image to signature, but now you seem to want add an image to body of a message?

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 10:47
by dzekas
mns17 wrote:IMG in to e-mail body!!!
How add IMG in to e-mail body with script?
And then HTML signature with <href="1.jpg">
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_URI_scheme or use remote images with src=http://something urls

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 11:02
by mns17
Sorry for my english.

Problem in the following:
If in HTML signatures to refer to a image on a http://<site> then all works while the receiver of the letter in online and if loading of images is not prohibited for it in the mail client.

Question in the following:
How by means of a script to connect a image with the signature, BUT this image should be in the letter instead?

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 11:11
by dzekas
mns17 wrote:Sorry for my english.

Problem in the following:
If in HTML signatures to refer to a figure on a site all works while the receiver of the letter in online and if loading of images is not prohibited for it in the mail client.

Question in the following:
How by means of a script to connect a image with the signature, BUT this figure should be in the letter instead of on a site?
hMailServer signatures allow only plain html. You can use plain html with image data inside that html. Please read wikipedia article on data uri scheme. It is available in English, German, Dutch, Spanish and Russian.

Re: IMG in to Signature

Posted: 2010-05-24 15:20
by Bill48105
Cool thx dzekas, hadn't seen that just MIME which is real pain compared to Data URI you pointed out. :)
Tested the html example & worked nicely in latest IE, Firefox & Chrome without need for javascript.