I was just able to send a message using a gmail address and using the web based gmail app - this had an image signature that was successfully trimmed
The same email account when sending a message using my local Outlook 2016 app on PC however did not get its signature stripped (same signature image, but set up in Outlook)
Realistically, the largest proportion of users of the forum will be using Microsoft Outlook app, so that would have to be a benchmark for ‘success’ of the trimming process.
Is it only one Outlook 2016 email source giving you trouble with signatures, or all of them?
Is Outlook 2016 known to insert stuff that is resistant to trimming? or was Outlook 2016 perhaps not deemed to be one of the popular apps that should be included in the email_reply_trimmer library?
Has anyone come up with a strategy for dealing with this? (other than asking users to remember to switch off automatic signatures whenever emailing the forum - which I know will elicit grumbles!)
I see also that while not trimmed, signatures in Outlook 2016 messages are not being parsed properly, in my case with messed up text formatting and fonts, as well as a couple of added text characters and an over scaled image - or is this the result of an unsuccessful trimming effort?