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Exchange 2010 Logo Change

Posted on 2014-02-04
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Hello Exchange Experts

Can you anyone explain me the step to be followed to change the LOGO on exchange 2010 OWA page to the desired company  logo ?

I got some input on web when searching but do not know how effective that will be, If anything went wrong then i will be in trouble finally.

Here is the solution i got

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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee633483%28EXCHG.140%29.aspx 

ou need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the "Graphics editor" entry in the Client Access Permissions topic.

To customize Outlook Web App, you can change the Outlook Web App logo on the sign-in and sign-out pages to your organization's logo.

    Create copies of the files that you want to change, and then save them to a safe location so that you can restore the original pages, if it's necessary.
    Open the lgntopl.gif file by using an image editing tool, and then modify it to create the logo that you want to use.
    Save your changes, and then click the Refresh button to see your changes.

If you've changed the background color of lgntopl.gif, we recommend that you modify the remaining files that are used to create the sign-in and sign-out pages to match.

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Will the above stuff work ? Please advise ?


Regards, Shiva
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The MS article will allow you to change the graphics to the desired one you want. Always be sure to have a backup of the files, just in case.

Also note, if you apply a roll up, it will revert the graphics back.

Best of luck!
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I will give a try and let you know,
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Thanks
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