Add a Picture to an OWA Signature

Written by Allen White on. Posted in Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010

IT Problem

Its is well known that you can use a normal signature in outlook and outlook web access, however it is not as well known that you can also add an image or branding to signatures in outlook web access. Follow the guide below on how to add your logo or branding to outlook web access.

IT Solution

Follow this quick easy guide on how to add a picture to you OWA siganture.

First of all make sure you have your image ready, for this tutorial im using the TH logo here…

OWA image

Outlook Web Access Image Signature

So this is the logo im using. We then need to put it on the web, my logo is located here

http://www.techieshelp.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/thlogo.jpg

If you dont have a website you can upload it to imageshack.us for free.

Then we need write the following HTML code…

The code above does this

 

A href=”http://www.techieshelp.com” –  makes my image link to www.techieshelp.com

 

src=”http://www.techieshelp.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/thlogo.jpg” – displays the image where ive save it to. 

 

alt=”Techieshelp Logo” – Gives the logo a nice description.

 

Simply replace the urls thre to the logo you have on your website to display your image.
Ok, we now have to put that code somewhere.
Open notepad and paste that code in there. Save the file as “sig.htm”.

 

Once done locate the file and double click it, it will open in Internet Explorer.

 

Right click the image,and select “COPY“.
Open up OWA, login and go to “OPTIONS“.

 

You will see the Email Signature section.

 

add a picture to OWA

 

Put your cursor in the box and right click and “paste

 

Your image will appear and you can enter your text around it.

Techies Help

 
 
Allen White
Allen is a Consultant for ITPS in the North East of England and holds the following accreditations. MCSA, MCSE, MCTS, MCITP, CCA, CCSP, VCP 4,5 and HP ASE, AIS - Network Infrastructure.

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Comments (5)

  • izz

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    Hi!

    As u said like below :
    Then we need write the following HTML code…

    WHICH SIDE DO I NEED TO WRITE? I HAVE NO IDEA ABOUT THIS.

    I HAVE SUCCESSFULLY UPLOAD MY LOGO TO IMAGESHACK JUST CURRENLY IM HAVING PROBLEM TO DO THE NEXT PARTICULAR STEP AS UR ADVISE.

    PLEASE FOLLOW UP

    Reply

    • admin

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      This is the code, but change the paths of the URL to the image shack urls..

      Reply

      • Ken

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        I copied/pasted your code into Notepad, saved as an htm file. When I open it your picture does not appear. Only a box.

        Reply

        • admin

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          Hi Ken, didi you upload you logo to an image provider and change the paths in the code accordingley?

          Reply

  • Gaurav

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    I am putting this code but not able to see the Iamge. Only showing the code

    sad

    Reply

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