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About This Guide
This guide explains how to customize the look and feel of iPlanet Messenger Express. Although the product architecture permits an almost unlimited customization of the "static" portion of the pages served by the Messenger Express HTTP daemon, this guide focuses on how to perform the most commonly requested customizations. In addition, the customizations have been tied together into an application scenario so that examples, code, screen shots, all relate to one another and provide a common frame of reference.
Topics covered in this chapter include:
Who Should Read This Book
Who Should Read This Book
You should read this book if you are responsible for administering, configuring, and customizing Messenger Express at your site. Developers may also find this guide useful for reference.
What You Need to Know
This book assumes a knowledge of iPlanet Messaging Server software and an understanding of the following:
How This Book is Organized
This book contains the following chapters:
About This Guide (this chapter)
Chapter 2 "Customizing General Features"
- This chapter provides a high-level overview of how to customize the look and feel of iPlanet Messenger Express.
Chapter 3 "Customizing User Interface Features"
Chapter 4 "Customizing Advanced Features"
Chapter 5 "Managing Authentication to the Messenger Express Service"
Monospaced font is used for any text that appears on the computer screen or text that you should type. It is also used for file names, distinguished names, functions, and examples.
Bold Monospaced Font
Bold monospaced font is used to represent text within a code example that you should type.
Italicized font is used to represent text that you enter using information that is unique to your installation (for example, variables). It is used for server paths, names, and account IDs.
Square or Straight Brackets
Square (or straight) brackets  are used to enclose optional parameters.
Command-line prompts (for example, % for a C-Shell, or $ for a Korn or Bourne shell) are not displayed in the examples. Depending on which operating system environment you are using, you will see a variety of different command-line prompts. However, you should enter the command as it appears in the document unless specifically noted otherwise.
Where to Find Related Information
In addition to this guide, iPlanet Messaging Server comes with supplementary information for administrators as well as documentation for end users and developers. Use the following URL to see all the Messaging Server documentation:
Where to Find This Book Online
You can view the online documentation in PDF and HTML formats by pointing your browser to the following URL:
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Last Updated February 28, 2002