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    Default Insert Text in Welcome Zimbra Login Page.

    I want insert a little text on the welcome login page. How can i do this?

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    Go to the Admin UI and use the MOTD (Message of the DAY) feature.
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    let me check.. Thanks for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevilla View Post
    let me check.. Thanks for the tip!
    Sorry, I missed the vital bit of information - you need to use the cli to create it. Sorry about that.
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    but this motd its only for admin users isnt it? i need to put a little text on the users login page.

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    It doesn't last through upgrades but this is how I do it:

    vi /opt/zimbra/mailboxd/webapps/zimbra/WEB-INF/classes/messages/ZmMsg.properties

    Go down to the entry called "clientLoginNotice" and either enter more text to whats already their or replace it. Ours looks like:

    https://zimbra.earlham.edu/

    With the code being:

    clientLoginNotice = <div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">Protect your email account!<br> Never respond to an email that asks for your password(s)!<br><br></div><div style="font-size: 200%">Need help? Have a questions? <a href="https://zimbra.earlham.edu/home/wiki/Public/ZimbraFAQ"> View the Zimbra FAQ</a> or <a href="http://helpdesk.earlham.edu">Contact the HelpDesk</a></div>.<br><br>\
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    thanks.. i'll try!

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    Thanks for this bit of information, Cayaraa. I just wan't to add a "Change Password" link for domain users that may have been locked out because of an expired password. This is perfect.

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