The first thing I am trying to do is to change the default virtual directory /exchange to the root directory "/" withouth adding a second exchange virtual server, if possible. MSFT lists http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;174707
this resource, but the files and registry edits to which it refers do not exist in Exchange 2003. Anyone know of a more recent update to this KB article that would enable me to modify the site such that the /exchange switch is no longer necessary? I have read through some EE articles on this but they focus around creating a second site, which I would prefer not to do.
Second, I'm trying to figure out where the actual OWA files are such that I can change the title (to MyCompany Outlook Web Access or some such). I have had good success in editing the login page (owalogon.asp) but can't seem to find the file to work on in order to change this.
Finally, and the expertise for this may lie more in the general web category, but I am trying to make it such that my users don't see all that garbage in the URL bar at the login screen (that is they simply see http://mail.xyz.com
rather than https://mail.xyz.com/exchweb/bin/auth/owalogon.asp?reason=1
). Of course I know the arguments have to present in some form--but do they have to be shown to the end-users?
Really looking forward to your help.