Re: Evolution: Inserting image into signature block
On Sat, 05 Apr 2008 00:00:52 +0100
andy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ron Johnson wrote:
> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> > Hash: SHA1
> > On 04/04/08 13:40, andy wrote:
> >> Hello
> >> Google does yield some results about positions of signature
> >but > AFAIK, nothing on the specifics of what I am experiencing. I am
> >confused > as to why the digitised signature (a *.jpg) file is
> >preserved but the > logo is not. Is this because it is within a table
> >or is there another > more subtle reason.
> >> I would appreciate any help that list users could offer in
> >rectifying > this matter, as the options to the signature function do
> >not seem very > extensive to do the trick.
> > I'd do a "show source" on the email in the Sent folder.
> > - --
> > Ron Johnson, Jr.
> > Jefferson LA USA
> Thanks Ron. What am I looking for? I can see the logo correctly
> referenced, but I'm not sure what else I'd be looking for to really
> progress this intelligently.
I believe outlook/express achieves this by embedding the image as base64
encoded data. Something like this :
where ___ is a base64 encoded image data
Check the source of an email sent from outlook/express that has embedded
images. If the same can be done in Evolution, your problem will get
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