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    Question Forefront Website Requests?

    Hi, we're in the process of switching from a Sophos box to Forefront for website restrictions etc. The thing I like about the Sophos box is that you can submit a request to have the site unblocked there and then, it sends the URL and username. I cannot figure out how to get this kind of feature with Forefront, have anyone else done it? Thanks.

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    There is something called URL override which might be what you are asking about.

    Alternatively you can always embed your own HTML code into the block page which could fire off an email to the IT services account.

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    We need it so just us (IT) can overrride the site, I tried creating a contact from with predefined fields for the last URL and username with no luck...
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    Did you get your custom page to appear correctly?

    Also have you seen this page - Creating custom HTML error messages in Forefront TMG SP2

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    It appeared fine, it was more to do with the sending of the form I believe, not so good with coding.

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    On the right track at least

    Wish I could help more but don't have any experience with coding things like that - I'm sure one of the other guys on here will pop up with some expertise at some stage.

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