A user wanted to add a new logo to his signature in Outlook on the web and couldn’t find a way to upload it.
This is because Outlook on the web doesn't have the ability to insert images into signatures, but the solution is simple: Open the image in Paint or your favorite image editor, select all and copy then paste into the signature field. Yes, that is all you need to do.
You can use the same method for images stored on web servers or HTML: open the image in a browser, select the image, copy, and paste. You can copy and paste to insert images into email too.
Note: This method will not work if you have the S/MIME Control installed. Images will be sent as text links. Check in the Options, Email Security section. You'll also need to use HTML message format (set in OWA's Options.)
To insert images stored on a web server, you need view the image code in a browser and copy it. For example, I use the code below to insert the site's logo into messages I send from OWA but I need to copy the image as it appears in a browser.
<IMG height=36 alt="Slipstick Systems Outlook and Exchange Solutions Center" hspace=8 src="/images/sliplogo.gif" width=150 vspace=8 border=0>
Step 1: Prepare the image
If you are using a corporate logo that is published on your website, you can right click on it and choose Copy. Otherwise, create an HTML page containing the image and view it in a browser, Then right click and copy the image.
To make you own HTML page, upload the image to a web server then make your signature in an HTML editor.
If you don't have an HTML editor, copy the code below and paste it into Notepad. Replace my URLs with the URLs to your image and website. Change the height and width to match the height and width of your image. Save as signature.htm.
Go to Windows Explorer and find signature.htm. Double click to open it in IE. Right click on the image and choose Copy.
<DIV><FONT face=tahoma size=2><a href="https://www.slipstick.com/"><IMG alt="Slipstick Systems Outlook and Exchange Solutions Center" src="/images/sliplogo.gif" /></a></FONT></DIV>
If you don't want to make the image clickable, remove and from the code.
Step 2: Paste it in the signature field
After copying the image, go into E-mail Signature in OWA's Options and paste the signature in place.
You may see the picture placeholder in your signature in both the signature editor and when composing messages. It will show in the recipients messages, provided they allow downloaded content. Otherwise, they'll see the picture placeholder too.
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