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    Exchange 2010 OWA Page Titles

    I've managed to modify the graphics on OWA on our new exchange 2010 server.
    What I would like to do next is change the page titles from Outlook Web App to XXXX School Webmail
    So when people are logged in it says firstname lastname - XXXXX School Webmail

    Thanks Ed

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  3. Thanks to sukh from:

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    @Sukh: I've followed this through to get to where I am now, with the custom graphics, etc. What I cannot find is how to change the page title from Outlook Web App (on the top of the browser which says 'Outlook Web App - Microsoft Internet Explorer') to something else.....

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    Are you talking about the IE title bar, not sure what you mean, probably something straight forward, can you post a PIC showing what you would like changed?

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    Yes the IE title bar - see below;

    edugeek.jpg

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    As fas as I know this isnt Exch related more IE related.

    Try something like this - How Can I Change the Internet Explorer Title Bar? - Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

    Then deploy via GPO or something

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    Or just change the page source to be what you want?

    <title> "Insert new title here" </title>

    Basic HTML (But you'#d want to get their usernames etc etc, so need some scripts)

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve21 View Post
    Or just change the page source to be what you want?

    <title> "Insert new title here" </title>

    Basic HTML (But you'#d want to get their usernames etc etc, so need some scripts)

    Steve
    Steve this is what I want to do, but which of the many pages in Exchange 2010 is reponsible for the page titles?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    As fas as I know this isnt Exch related more IE related.

    Try something like this - How Can I Change the Internet Explorer Title Bar? - Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

    Then deploy via GPO or something
    We already use Internet Explorer rebranding - what I am trying to do is change the page titles for exchange server - I just can't find which page I need to edit.

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    Err if I remember right, There's a logon.asp ?

    Pretty sure there's a const in it called L_WindowTitle...something.

    Steve

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    In exchanage 2010 its logon.aspx although I cannot find the text "Outlook Web App" or "WindowTitle" in the document - can't seem to find it on google either, although I have seen a few others on exchange 2010 who have managed to modify it...

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    What do you have as the <title> in the asp? (Pre-viewed ofc)

    Steve

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    There is a string in the title tags, it is;
    <title><%=LocalizedStrings.GetHtmlEncoded(Strings. IDs.OutlookWebAccess) %></title>

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    Well there's two options then really, easiest (If it doesn't break other bits) is just remove the localised string, and put your own one in. However this may break things on other pages, don't know without checking.

    Other option is edit the string as source then it shouldn't break anything

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve21 View Post
    Well there's two options then really, easiest (If it doesn't break other bits) is just remove the localised string, and put your own one in. However this may break things on other pages, don't know without checking.

    Other option is edit the string as source then it shouldn't break anything

    Steve
    Option one, changing the localised string breaks OWA completely and doesn't display changes.
    Any idea where to find the string to edit it as source?

    Cheers in advance!

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