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    Default [SOLVED] Want to change logo in opensource edition

    Is there any option to change the zimbra logo in open source edition of zimbra..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayarajmohan View Post
    Is there any option to change the zimbra logo in open source edition of zimbra..
    The Licence for Zimbra Open Source doesn't allow you to do that. Search the wiki (and forums) for details of what you may, or may not, do.
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    Is it possible to change any source code to do this .. ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayarajmohan View Post
    Is it possible to change any source code to do this .. ?
    To do what?
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    Change logo

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayarajmohan View Post
    Change logo
    I've already told you in my first reply that you are not allowed to change the logo in the Open Source version of Zimbra, search the wiki and forums for details of what is allowed.
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    we can do ... Inner logo path /opt/zimbra/jetty-6.1.5/webapps/zimbra/skins/_base/logos/AppBanner.png

    Like wise we can change...

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    yes, technically speaking it's easy, but you are not allowed to change the logo, in the OSS version, accordingly to the license terms
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    yes you are right.. just i tried thats all

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    Haha I thought this was funny...He figured it out..lol

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