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Been having issues with a logo themeline being too small and gets fuzzy.
Should I 86 it?
Or is there a way these days?
email clients are notorious for that kind of stuff.
personally, i find logos in email signatures annoying as every email you receive is listed with an attachment. thereby making them indistinguishable from emails that really DO have attachments.
And when you 'save all' attachments you always get that pesky signature logo in saved files.
- yeah the save all attachments is super annoying.dbloc
- depends on how you include the sig—there are ways to avoid it being an attachment—tho it does come down to the client you're sending from (gmail works)PonyBoy
- proper clients recognize signatures and exclude it from the attachments. Outlook is not one of themmekk
- I have it happen in gmail all the timedbloc
- psst! dont use gmail, it reads your emailapi
- MacMail isn't proper either, right?hotroddy
- Outlook does not show a signature image as an attachmentformed
- gmail sigs do not show up as attachments went setup correctlyPonyBoy
- Link the logo to a server instead of embedding it?slappy
- i don't use a signature. just end the email with "cool"doesnotexist
You need to host the logo somewhere on your server rather than as an attachment. Then in your HTML, use that URL. This is if you hand-code your own HTML email signature (it's really easy actually, just Google how to do it).
As for the logo fuzziness, just use a Retina image (twice the actual size) and specify half-dimensions in the img tag (don't use srcset)...
Yes, ditch it.