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Changing Redirecting Database

Posted on 2009-04-11
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I am using a redirecting database on our Lotus Domino Server (iwaredir) and what I am getting for the time being when I start it ( https://Domino ) is the userID and the password prompt . However, I would like to add a logo of the our's, my name and some other information .
How can I get it ???
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jitendrasachdeva earned 1000 total points
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Hi,

Have you tried configuring domcfg.nsf ? It will provide a basic login screen which you can customize to add your logo and other stuff.

I hope this help !
Cheers !
Jiten
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