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Reported by jasb on 6 Sep 2012 08:52 UTC as Trac ticket #1488676
Would it be possible to add an image to the HTML signature? Maybe changing the text editor to FCK or enable the button is tinny editor supports it?
Thanks in advanced,
Comment by @alecpl on 6 Sep 2012 10:15 UTC
There's one undocumented feature of TinyMCE - it's possible to drag&drop an image into the editor area. Maybe not supported in all browsers, I tested with Firefox. So, you can add an image to the signature. But to make this working in all email clients after the message has been sent, we need #1488502 to be implemented.
Comment by @thomascube on 1 Feb 2013 14:12 UTC
This seems to be a frequently asked feature and we should find a proper way to upload and store images with the signature. Maybe by adding a an additional column to the identities table or by saving them as data: urls in the HTML signature block. When sending a message, the data: urls should be extracted as inline message parts and referenced with cid:.
Comment by seaq on 11 Jan 2014 22:29 UTC
Hi, I was wondering if everyone is aware of the option to just copy the image signature in the email body??
Let me explain (with a caveat)
When I compose a new message, I can copy my image signature to the email just dragging the image or using ctrl+c and ctrl+v. It gets appropriately encoded, however the email adds a html tag like this:
However, the ideal situation is just use the signature section from the identities tab. Sadly it doesn't works using the same way, if I drag or copy the image into the signature box, the image gets incorrectly encoded when I click the save button. It seems the newline characters damage the encoding.
Can be this fixed by the devs?
Thanks in advance
If you are not able or do not want to keep images for your signature on a separate storage, you can use inline images in base64, i.e.: