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    Default E-mail signature in Kmail

    Hi,

    I am using kmail as an e-mail client. It works 100%.

    I would like to use a html email signature that i have designed that uses 2 small images that it pulls from a webserver. I have allocated this html file as a signature but it only shows the html code (source) and not the images.

    Any possible suggestion how I can get my signature working?

    Many thanks

    henkadsf

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    Default Re: E-mail signature in Kmail

    Hei,

    This has possible something to do with the security settings in kmail. There should be some switch possibility: 'prefer html to plain text' which perhaps should be enabled?

    Well, just a shot in the dark.

    Cheers

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    Default Re: E-mail signature in Kmail

    Quote Originally Posted by henkasdf
    Hi,

    I am using kmail as an e-mail client. It works 100%.

    I would like to use a html email signature that i have designed that
    uses 2 small images that it pulls from a webserver. I have allocated
    this html file as a signature but it only shows the html code (source)
    and not the images.

    Any possible suggestion how I can get my signature working?

    Many thanks

    henkadsf
    Hi
    You could always look at using the x-face or face header?
    http://quimby.gnus.org/circus/face/

    If I get any html, it gets dumped and only text is seen, so I would not
    see it. If you used x-face (or face) I would

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