I am trying to create custom HTML email signatures for my company, but when opened in Outlook 2010, there are a few table cells that expand width-wise beyond the pixel restrictions that I set. The table I am trying to create is a 5 x 5 table where the first
column spans all five rows (our company logo). To the right of the logo will be the five rows with our contact information.
Is there a work-around that can make this work in Outlook 2010?
If you have created the HTML code for the signature, could you open the .htm(.html) file and display it as you want in IE?
please note, since Outlook 2007, Outlook opens the HTML Email and converts it to Microsoft Word format before displaying it to the user. What happens during this process is that many CSS attributes and HTML support is completely removed. Some of the most notable
absences are background-image, and padding and margin support.
I made a simply HTML signature myself, it displays as:
I wonder if this is what you want(maybe not exactly though).
Anyway, an easy method I can come up with would be editing the signature in Word and then paste it to Edit Signature and save it, this will automatically create the HTML code in the .htm file of the signature.
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