Image Signature – Windows Live Mail [Tutorial]
I think email signature in the form of image or logo, in other words image signature, in your email footer that represents who you are will look more cool. I will show you how to make it.
I mean here with image signature in your email footer is company logo or other logos associated with you, but you can using other image. For example I am using vmancer.com logo to my email signature. In this tutorial I will put the image on online storage so that email sent is only in the form of text, so it does not need large bandwidth connection when sending email.
We begin by making an email signature design through Create email message button. After making the design, save it with .html format. You can see this step from picture 1 and 2.
Now you have to prepare the image to be used. If you have Google account, you can put the image in Picasa like the sample below. Or you could use Mediafire, Dropbox, MegaCloud, etc. The point is you can take the picture direct link. Red arrows in the figure below shows the direct link of the image, was found on the right sidebar your Picasaweb. Remember to fill check mark in the Image Only option.
Now open the email signature design that you created earlier with text editor software, which most easily found is Notepad, that definitely installed on any Windows operating system. In the picture below I am using Notepad ++.
In the figure below, there is a section labeled with red box. Find that parts and replace it with your image direct link. Replaced part is link code that exist between quotation marks (“xxxx”) behind the src code. Do not omit the quotation marks, just replace the code in it. Remember to save the change you made.
Back to Windows Live Writer, and go to Mail option. See the Signatures tab.
Note the very bottom, Edit Signature. Choose File, and browse for signature file, html file you just edited.
Click OK to confirm (last picture) and try to make a new email. Supposed will be look like the first picture.
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