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Per the support KB, Microsoft PSS has the support policy for customization of Outlook Web Access for Exchange that cover its versions like 5.5, 2000 & 2003.
Per the article, we can get more information regarding the support policy for OWA customization for its various versions like,
“…The Exchange 5.5 version of OWA is made up of Active Server Pages (ASPs). The Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 versions of OWA are composed of two main components: templates and controls. Templates are served from a binary Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) extension that communicates with the Exchange store. Controls are referenced by the templates and are located in the Program Files\Exchsrvr\Exchweb folder. Controls are made up of script or HTML files, such as JScript files (.js), HTML Component files (.htc), cascading style sheet files (.css), Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) transform files (.xsl), and graphics files.
You may want to customize OWA by changing features or by modifying the user interface or by using the article. Although you can customize OWA objects by modifying either the script code or the HTML, Microsoft does not recommend that you do so. Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS) also cannot help you with the customization. However, if you want to customize OWA, the following limitations and considerations apply:
Although PSS cannot help you customize OWA, the following resources are available:
But still lot of guys around the world customize the OWA though.
You can find the following article,
Customizing the Outlook Web Access Logon Page http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996007(EXCHG.65).aspx Still want to customize the CSS and Dynamic styles, you can refer these articles, W3C: Cascading Style Sheets Home Page W3C: Adding a Touch of Style W3C: Cascading Style Sheets, level 2: CSS2 Specification MSDN: Introduction to Dynamic Styles
Hope this helps!!
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