the following themes are the only that have support for custom themes:
The other themes do only show the default kms logo....
"stratosphere" shows no logo at all, but this could be standard for this theme...
Is this behaviour a bug or a feature? ;-)
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In addition, some of the other themes display "funkily" on "other" browsers, such as Safari and Mozilla. The KerioOWA is one glaring example of this if you load it in Safari and mouse over the toolbar above the message list. Everything resizes slightly... kinda weird.
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I also wanted to replace the Kerio logos in the webmail frontend and found out, that the themes "executive", "kerioowa", "stratosphere" and "substance" have their own "logo.gif" in "\mailserver\webmail\default\skins\...".
If you replace these files you can customize these themes, too.
If you create a new logo.gif in any skin-directory this logo is taken instead of the standard customized logo.
But they are different in some details like size, front-color, etc. If you want to have a customized logo in each theme, you have to create more than one version of your logo.
Additionaly you can replace to login logo by replacing the file "\mailserver\webmail\default\gfx\logo_kms.gif".
I think this might be changed in a future release so that the skins a more plug-in like.
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