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Is it possible to modify Exchange 2010's Outlook Web App help links or their destinations (see the screenshot below)?:

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They take the user off to pages on, we don't want that and would like to direct users to our own internal help pages.

I am about to try rewriting the link destinations using IIS UrlRwriter or maybe a HttpModule, but I'd far rather be able to do this in an "officially supported" manner.

Is this possible?

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This is probably as close to an officially supported method as you're going to get. I don't believe the article addresses changing items like the Help link, etc.

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I had a good read through all the customisation docs but unfortunately it doesn't cover replacing help links. I have however managed to do this using UrlRewriter but at the cost of having to turn off compression. I may try a custom HttpModule now. – Kev Mar 4 '11 at 18:05

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