MS Outlook Web App (OWA) Customization – Custom Branded OWA Themes
Outlook Web App (formerly known as Outlook Web Access) is a great way to access your Office 365 for business or other Exchange-based email account using a web browser. In other words, Outlook Web App can only be used to access Office 365 for business and other accounts that are hosted on a server that’s running Microsoft Exchange Server. Microsoft provides Outlook Web App as part of Exchange Server installation. Outlook Web App also offers read-only access to documents stored in Microsoft SharePoint sites and network UNC shares. Outlook Web App has had two web interfaces available since its release with Exchange 2000: one with a complete feature set (known as Premium) and one with reduced functionality (known as Light or sometimes Lite).
Outlook Web App comes with optional themes by default. Although some users simply keep the default theme and color scheme, the most corporates like to have their custom theme branded with their corporate identities. Here is where Dart Innovations stands for. Dart Innovations with its expertise in customizing OWA interfaces can offer you best custom branded themes for MS Outlook Web App. Our custom branded OWA themes apply for both full and lite version. Our OWA custom interface packages include both login and after login pages.
We have started with Outlook Web Access 2000 version and now at Outlook Web App 2016. This experience helps us to understand Microsoft’s Outlook Web App interface framework which helps us to serve better on our customers’ requirement.
We have vast knowledge with Exchange Web Services (EWS) and Exchange ActiveSync hence we can help you integrating your exchange services with any other web application. For example you may need it as a widget format integrated into your other web application or a simple replication of OWA application, which we can develop as well.
We offer Custom OWA Interfaces for Microsoft Outlook Web App 2016, Microsoft Outlook Web App 2013, Outlook Web Access 2010, Outlook Web Access 2007 and even older versions.