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Why Does Email Signature Look Different on Outplay

Understand why some signatures are not rendered correctly

When you create an email signature on Outplay, it may not look the same when someone replies to your email. This can be frustrating, but unfortunately, there is little that can be done about it.

Once your signature leaves your email client, there are many factors that can affect the way it looks. When your recipient reads your email in their email client, it should look the way you intended it to. However, as soon as they hit reply, their email client shifts into "composing mode", and they can alter your signature in any way they like.

This means that the way your email signature looks can vary depending on the email client that your recipient is using. 

For example, if they are using Gmail, you may notice some spacing variance in the signature of the email that is sent. This is due to the way Gmail renders and displays signatures.

Similarly, if your recipient is using Outlook, you may notice some size variance in the images in your signature. This is due to the limitations of Outlook.

It's important to note that different email clients may render and display your signature differently, so how your signature is displayed depends on where the email is received. Unfortunately, there is no solution or workaround for this when using HTML email signatures.

In conclusion, while it can be frustrating that your signature may not look the same when someone replies to your email, it's important to remember that there are many factors that can affect how your signature looks, and they may be beyond your control.

Updated on: 31/05/2024

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