When you send an email, your signature is applied to the email and is correctly received by the recipient. However, when the recipient replies, you notice that the images in the signature are missing or they appear as attachments. Sometimes the images are replaced with something like '<image001.png>' in a very small font.
Typically, this issue is caused when the Mail app on a Mac or an iOS device (Apple iPhone or iPad) is being used to reply to an email. The mail client's default settings specify that embedded images are removed from the email and replaced with tags, such as <image001.png>.
The tag implies that the image has been removed from the email.
Unfortunately, as this issue is caused by a setting on the mail client being used, this is not something Exclaimer can control.
However, there are options available to help you work around this - please click on the required options listed below to go through the detailed description:
Set the Mail app to Always include attachments with replies
For a Mac
Open Mail, navigate to the Edit menu, click Include Attachments With Replies, then select the Always option.
Navigate to Settings, select Mail and scroll down to COMPOSING. Click Include Attachments With Replies, then select the Always option.