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I finally found out how to change the title on the top of the page. Visit your login page, so login.php, right click and view source. This source is unencrypted, and you can edit it. So backup login.php, then take the source from IE and put it into a new login.php file. You can then modify the <title> tags.


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The PHP files in Kerio have been unencrypted since the last 2 versions if I recall ever since they dumped Zend Encoder.

[Updated on: Sat, 14 October 2006 23:53]


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This is true,

This is exactley how I was able to manipulate the php and Html code directly in the files.


This is where I was able to apply my own deisgned html forms to integrate into my company website. A slight days work of sifting through code to change timeout, unsuccessful, and successful logins and logouts to direct them back to my custom i just have to keep up with the upgrades that Kerio makes, as these files will update too with the new releases....

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This isn't really a hack and has been covered in the Kerio MailServer Knowledge Base for some time: iewarticle&kbarticleid=356

I urge folks to take a look at the KB for other useful tidbits of knowledge not in the manuals.

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