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HI,

I need to localte a image.png used by an existing disclaimer. At the configuration, I can see http://myserver.mydomain.com/xxx/image.png but where are stored? IIS at webapp server? at mailbox server?

Any idea?

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Hi,

The image is a reference in the Organisation - Transport Rules disclaimer text
The url is the location of the image file and generally not on exchange.
Only if users have access to the website with the image will they see the image as it is not embedded.

From your comment:
http://myserver.mydomain.com/xxx/image.png is a web server so the image would be stored there.
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by:heze54
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Hi,

Regards I found the server and the IIS with the disclaimer!!


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