- CustomAttribute1 – CustomAttribute15
The HTML text I'm using in this demo is as follows.
<html>This code creates a two column, single row table with a graphic in the first cell (in red) and the formatted text in the second cell (in blue).
<table border="0" width="100%">
<img border="1" src="http://www.expta.com/images/%%Firstname%%%20%%Lastname%%.jpg">
</td><td valign="top"><font face="Garamond">
<font size="2" face="Calibri">%%department%%<br>
Telephone: %%Phone%% <br>
%%City%%, %%State%% %%ZipCode%%
Note that the image is a link to a JPG file named Firstname[%20(space)]Lastname.jpg in the images folder on the http://www.expta.com/ server. Each user will need a JPG file in the images folder on the web server in this Firstname Lastname.jpg format.
Alternatively (and to keep it more simple), you could opt to use a single image for all users, such as a company logo. Simply change the line in red to a static link, such as:
Now finish the Edit Transport Rule wizard to complete the Dynamic Signature rule and test it out.
<img border="1" src="http://www.expta.com/images/logo.jpg">
As with all the Exchange 2010 wizards, you have the opportunity to copy the Powershell code that will be used to create the transport rule. This allows you to save and edit the code for future use.