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Customize OWA 2000 login page

Posted on 2004-10-21
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Dose any one know how to create a login page for OWA on exchange 2000. At the moment a box prompts the users for there username and password but I want a html page with my company's logo on it and a field on the page where the user can type in there username and password that’s all I want to customize the reset I want to leave as default.
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    by:tazzexperts
    Hi Robert
    That nearly what I want but is it possible to get a password filed on the page?
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    by:rlindermeier
    Hi,

    this is only possible with an Exchange 2003 Front-End-Server, enabled SSL and FormBasedAuthentication. There is IMO no known solution to do that with Exchange 2000 OWA

    Robert
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