Reply signature not displaying


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Tim Vavra

I have users who are using both Office 2003 and 2007. I have a signature saved in Outlook to be used for both new messages and replies. Originally, I thought that the logo in the message was not displaying because the image was not embedded in the signature. I created a word document laid out in my signature format and copied it into Outlook. This works fine when I send new messages but does not work on all replies. I am not sure why it doesn't work but it may be because the person to whom I am replying sent me a message in plain text. If that is the case, how do I force Outlook to send replies in html so that my logo and signature look correct?

If this is not the case, what would cause this to happen?.
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

I have users who are using both Office 2003 and 2007. I have a signature
saved in Outlook to be used for both new messages and replies. Originally, I
thought that the logo in the message was not displaying because the image was
not embedded in the signature. I created a word document laid out in my
signature format and copied it into Outlook. This works fine when I send new
messages but does not work on all replies. I am not sure why it doesn't work
but it may be because the person to whom I am replying sent me a message in
plain text. If that is the case, how do I force Outlook to send replies in
html so that my logo and signature look correct?

If this is not the case, what would cause this to happen?.

What you describe could very well be caused by your senders using Plain Text.
There is only one format override available to you: you can convert all
incoming mail to Plain Text, which would mean that your replies would be in
Plain Text. There is no way to force a sending format for replies otherwise.
 

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