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OWA 2010 logout option

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Is there an option to change OWA for Exchange 2010 when you click the log out button it says to close the window by default is there a way to change it to go back to the login screen?
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Question by:mnevoso
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It worked for us.
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e_aravind earned 500 total points
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On the logoff.aspx.....

we can also add the following line to get the redirection automatically.

<--- start of the snippet-->
window.navigate('https://<servername>/owa')            
Owa.ExecCommand.execute(document, "ClearAuthenticationCache", false);
<--- end of the snippet-->
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None of this works in firefox :(
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window.location="https://<servername>/owa"

instead of:

window.navigate('https://<servername>/owa')

works in firefox
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