Dear Christopher,

this can be done with the same method that also works for some other
mail clients, e.g. Thunderbird, Maildroid...:

Create a mail signature (SOGO-Settings-IMAP accounts-Edit-Signature) and
switch to HTML source code view. Enter your signature, something like
(an anonymized version of a company signature I had in my mailbox):

    <p style="margin:0cm;margin-bottom:.0001pt"><b><span
    style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif;color:#00437A">My name goes 
    <p style="margin:0cm;margin-bottom:.0001pt"><span
 Inc.</span></b><br />
    alt="example-company-logo" class=""></span></a></span><br>
 registration HR 4711<br>
    VAT-ID: DE47110815</span>

The image data has to be embedded here, behind the "base64,". Get the
base64 for example on the command-line, with
base64 < imagefile.png
and put it instead of the XXXXXXX (may be several lines - better
optimize the image you use to have proper size and dimensions).

Best regards


Am 01.10.19 um 17:54 schrieb Christopher Wooley
> I am trying to create a signature that will contain a company logo and
> will have the best chance of being displayed, but I need it to show up
> as a "cid" and attachment. I don't want to have to manually attach the
> file every time. Is there a way to get SOGO to automatically attach a
> file?
> -- 


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