Exchange 2007 - change OWA log off page

Posted on 2009-12-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
When exiting OWA 2000/2003 you were taken back to a login page, 2007 sends you to a "Close your browser" page.   Can I/How do I change OWA2007 to go to a login page after exiting?
Question by:gjamy
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    Expert Comment

    You can't.
    You need to close the window to close the session correctly.

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    Author Comment

    Thanks Mestha.
    Is there a way to have it close the window automatically when you click on the log off link?  
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    Accepted Solution

    Only by customising the page. Although you will still get a prompt from the browser about closing the browser window. The users are going to have to click something.

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    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks Simon.

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