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How to Customize OWA ? - 30.Apr.2002 12:24:00 PM   
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Hi
I want to customize OWA to fit to our Corporate identity.
I allready changed some gifs on the FE, added StyleSheets to Helpfiles and logout.asp and it works fine.

1)How can i change the title in the Browser from
"Outlook Web Access" to i.e."My Company Web Mail"
Where and how can i do this?
is it in the wmtemplates.dll?

2)How can I for default add a signature to every new mail? In normal Outlook we added signatures to every users profile. Is there a way for OWA to do the same?

Thanks for replies

FE
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RE: How to Customize OWA ? - 4.Jun.2002 8:56:00 PM   
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Were you able to change any of the css for non-ie browsers?

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RE: How to Customize OWA ? - 5.Jun.2002 4:28:00 PM   
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Hi,
Theres a document u can dl from MS. It is very detailed. I've look through the doc and it seems to me that ever aspect of OWA can be changed.
See:
http://www.microsoft.com/Exchange/techinfo/administration/2000/CustomOWA.asp

It you just want to make simple changes than you might be able to get away with changing just the XSL, CSS & .js files found in the ExchWeb directory.

Regards
Tony (TonyMS@Iadarola.com)

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RE: How to Customize OWA ? - 5.Jun.2002 9:47:00 PM   
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I am familiar with that document, but that does only apply to rich browser like Microsoft Exchange. What if I have clients that use IE, Netscape, Mozilla, etc. They also must see the added buttons in the shortcut navbar.

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RE: How to Customize OWA ? - 6.Jun.2002 10:11:00 AM   
Guest
The document has an example of how to modify/replace the navbar. It seems to me that using ASP the navbar could be built serverside and output HTML 3.2 code.

Regards
Tony (TonyMS@Iadarola.com)

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