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Email Security 9.0 MSP Deployment Guide

Custom branding in Email Security

This section provides information about branding in the Email Security product. Branding provides the ability to customize aspects of the user interface. Administrators can upload replacement assets for the key branding elements, including company name, logo, and other branding assets. The System > Branding page includes the following tabs:

Quick Settings

The Quick Settings tab allows administrators to specify global settings for the most commonly modified asset files on the user interface.

 
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NOTE: Any settings configured in the Quick Settings tab overrides those specified by deployed packages.

The following sections are available on the Quick Settings tab:

Text Preferences

The Text Preferences section allows administrators to modify the email address or URL displayed in the Contact Us link that appears as the footer of each page.

Contact Us URL - An Email Address or URL can be inserted into this field. This field supports http://, https://, and mailto:.

Image Preferences

The Image Preference files can all be modified by clicking the Browse button or clicking the Download icon to download the default SonicWall image file. An error message displays if you uploaded an incorrect file type.

Note that the following examples are specific to the SonicWall image preferences; the image preferences may differ from your specific set up. The following image preferences can be modified:

Web Icon File - This field replaces the 4-bit SonicWall ‘S’ logo that appears in the address bar of every web page across all browser platforms. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is favicon.ico with a dimension of 32x32 pixels.

Logon Logotype File - This field replaces the short version of the SonicWall logotype that appears at the top of each web page’s banner art. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is page.logotype.png with a dimension of 144x67 pixels.

Logon Backdrop Art File - This field replaces the logotype bitmap that appears with every challenge screen. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is logon.backdrop.png with a dimension of 425x40 pixels.

Page Header Art File - This field replaces the SonicWall banner art bitmap at the top of each web page. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is page.header.png with a dimension of 15x93 pixels.
Page logotype file - This field replaces the short version of the SonicWall logotype that appears at the top of each web page's banner art. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is page.logotype.png with a dimension of 144x67 pixels.

Pop-up Dialog logotype file - This field replaces the smaller version of the SonicWall logotype that appears at the top of each pop-up dialog's page banner art. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is popup.logotype.png with a dimension of 144x67 pixels.

Pop-up Dialog art file - This field replaces the smaller version of the SonicWall banner art that appears at the top of each pop-up dialog page. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is popup.header.png with a dimension of 15x93 pixels.

Junk Summary Preferences

The Junk Summary Preferences can all be modified by clicking the Browse button or clicking the Download icon to download the default image file. An error message displays if you try to upload an incorrect file type.

The following Junkbox Summary preferences can be modified:

Junkbox Summary logotype file - This field replaces the black-on-white logotype that always appears at the top of each Junkbox summary email. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is junksummary.logotype.png with a dimension of 144x67 pixels.
Junkbox Summary header art file - This field replaces the Junkbox summary banner art bitmap at the top of each page. When uploading a new file, make sure the filename is junksummary.header.png with a dimension of 15x93 pixels.

Packages

The Packages tab allows administrators to manage, upload, and apply branding packages to their user interface. The Manage Packages table displays the available packages the administrator can apply to the interface, including the default brand package, which cannot be deleted. Administrators are able to edit or delete all other brand packages that have been uploaded.

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NOTE: In Email Security, a file name mismatch error occurs when uploading a package. This is a known bug that is being fixed in later versions.

When uploading a new package file, make sure the directory structure of the folder is the same as that of the default.

The names of the files must be identical to the default package. Download the default package by clicking the Download icon and replacing the files within with new files. New packages must be uploaded in .zip format.