Graphic inline Signature

Dave Jones davejones70 at
Fri Apr 11 21:01:46 IST 2008

>Dave Jones wrote:
>> Can someone post a sample of a working inline.sig.html? I am getting
>> an email with the attached jpg file but it only shows an image box of
>> 186 x 23 with no image inside it. Am I missing something in my html
>> file that puts it inline within the body?
>> _*MailScanner.conf*_
>> Attach Image To Signature = yes
>> Inline HTML Signature = %rules-dir%/inline-html-signature.rules
>> Signature Image Filename = %rules-dir%/signature-image-filename.rules
>> Signature Image <img> Filename = signature.jpg
>> _*cat inline-html-signature.rules*_
>> From: me <at> <mailto:me <at>>
>> %report-dir%/inline.oneteam.sig.html
>> FromOrTo: default no
>> _*cat signature-image-filename.rules *_
>> From: me <at> <mailto:me <at>>
>> %report-dir%/OneTeam.jpg
>> FromOrTo: default no
>> _*cat inline.oneteam.sig.html*_
>> <img width=186 height=23 src="signature.jpg">
>You need to call it src="cid:signature.jpg"

I made my "inline.oneteam.sig.html" have "<img width=186 height=23
src="cid:signature.jpg>" " but now the src= text value is getting
dropped off when I view the source of the email.  This is a snip of
the end of the source:

</BODY><img width=186 height=23 src=>

>> Dave Jones
>> >Themba Ntleki wrote:
>> >> Hi Guys,
>> >>
>> >> Is is possible to have a graphic(.jpg) within the inline signature in
>> >> MS or something similar, I have tried adding some html code in the
>> >> inline.sig.html file, but mail is sent without the graphic.
>> >> Any Ideas?
>> >Yes, perfectly possible. Read your MailScanner.conf file and you will
>> find these. They are most useful with rulesets, so that you switch it on
>> and off for different people, and choose different images for different
>> people. My default HTML signature for mail sent within my department
>> contains an image of my real signature (well, nearly my signature, but
>> no use for signing checks as me). If you don't know about rulesets, read
>> /etc/MailScanner/rules/* and the docs on the website and on the wiki and
>> in the book.
>> ># If you are using HTML signatures, you can embed an image in the
>> signature.
>> ># For the filename(s) of the image, see the settings "Signature Image
>> ># Filename" and "Signature Image <img> Filename".
>> ># This can also be the filename of a ruleset.
>> >Attach Image To Signature = no
>> ># Normally, you would only want to attach the image to messages with an
>> ># HTML part, as plain text messages clearly cannot display an image.
>> ># However, if you find some other use for this feature, you may want to
>> ># attach an image to a message which is just text.
>> ># This can also be the filename of a ruleset.
>> >Attach Image To HTML Message Only = yes
>> ># When using an image in the signature, there are 2 filenames which need
>> ># to be set. The first is the location in this server's filesystem of the
>> ># image file itself. The second is the name of the image as it is
>> stored in
>> ># the attachment. The HTML version of the signature will refer to this
>> ># second name in the HTML <img> tag.
>> ># Note: the filename extension will be used as the MIME subtype, so a GIF
>> ># image must end in ".gif" for example. (.jpg ==> "jpeg" as a special
>> case)
>> >Signature Image Filename = %report-dir%/sig.jpg
>> >Signature Image <img> Filename = signature.jpg
>> >Jules
>> --
>> Dave Jones

Dave Jones

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