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system appearance

Use this command to customize the appearance of the web-based manager, FortiMail webmail, and per-recipient quarantine of the FortiMail unit.

Syntax

config system appearance

set customized-login-status {enable | disable}

set fallback-charset <language_code>

set login-page-language <lang_str>

set login-page-theme

set product <product‑name_str>

set webmail-help-status {enable | disable)

set webmail-help-url <url_str>

set webmail-lang <language_str>

set webmail-login <login_str>

set webmail-login-hint <login_hint_str>

set webmail-theme {IndigoDarkBlue | RedGrey | Standard}

set webmail-theme-status {enable | disable}

end

Variable

Description

Default

customized-login-status {enable | disable}

Enable to edit a graphic that will appear at the top of all webmail pages. The image’s dimensions must be 314 pixels wide by 36 pixels tall.

disable

fallback-charset <language_code>

Enter the fallback charset for non RFC 2047 compliant message.

english

login-page-language <lang_str>

Enter the default language for the display of the login page of the web manager.

To view a list of languages, enter a question mark ( ? ).

Note that the setting only affect the login page, not the entire web-based manager.

english

login-page-theme

Enter the default display theme of the login page.

 

product <product‑name_str>

Enter the text that will precede ‘Administrator Login’ on the login page of the web-based manager.

FortiMail

webmail-help-status {enable | disable)

Enable to display the help button in the webmail interface. The default help contents are provided by Fortinet.

enable

webmail-help-url <url_str>

If you want to provide your own help to the webmail users, you can enter the URL of the help file.

 

webmail-lang <language_str>

Enter the name of the language in English, such as 'French', that will be used when an email user initially logs in to FortiMail webmail/per-recipient quarantine.

The email user may switch the display language in their preferences; this affects only the initial state of the display.

Available languages vary by whether or not you have installed additional language resource files.

English

webmail-login <login_str>

Enter a word or phrase that will appears on top of the webmail login page, such as Webmail Login.

Login

webmail-login-hint <login_hint_str>

Enter a hint for the user name, such as Your Email Address. This hint will apprear as a mouse-over display on the login name field.

address

webmail-theme {IndigoDarkBlue | RedGrey | Standard}

Select a theme for the webmail GUI.

RedGrey

webmail-theme-status {enable | disable}

Enable or disable webmail theme change.

enable

Related topics

system geoip-override

system appearance

Use this command to customize the appearance of the web-based manager, FortiMail webmail, and per-recipient quarantine of the FortiMail unit.

Syntax

config system appearance

set customized-login-status {enable | disable}

set fallback-charset <language_code>

set login-page-language <lang_str>

set login-page-theme

set product <product‑name_str>

set webmail-help-status {enable | disable)

set webmail-help-url <url_str>

set webmail-lang <language_str>

set webmail-login <login_str>

set webmail-login-hint <login_hint_str>

set webmail-theme {IndigoDarkBlue | RedGrey | Standard}

set webmail-theme-status {enable | disable}

end

Variable

Description

Default

customized-login-status {enable | disable}

Enable to edit a graphic that will appear at the top of all webmail pages. The image’s dimensions must be 314 pixels wide by 36 pixels tall.

disable

fallback-charset <language_code>

Enter the fallback charset for non RFC 2047 compliant message.

english

login-page-language <lang_str>

Enter the default language for the display of the login page of the web manager.

To view a list of languages, enter a question mark ( ? ).

Note that the setting only affect the login page, not the entire web-based manager.

english

login-page-theme

Enter the default display theme of the login page.

 

product <product‑name_str>

Enter the text that will precede ‘Administrator Login’ on the login page of the web-based manager.

FortiMail

webmail-help-status {enable | disable)

Enable to display the help button in the webmail interface. The default help contents are provided by Fortinet.

enable

webmail-help-url <url_str>

If you want to provide your own help to the webmail users, you can enter the URL of the help file.

 

webmail-lang <language_str>

Enter the name of the language in English, such as 'French', that will be used when an email user initially logs in to FortiMail webmail/per-recipient quarantine.

The email user may switch the display language in their preferences; this affects only the initial state of the display.

Available languages vary by whether or not you have installed additional language resource files.

English

webmail-login <login_str>

Enter a word or phrase that will appears on top of the webmail login page, such as Webmail Login.

Login

webmail-login-hint <login_hint_str>

Enter a hint for the user name, such as Your Email Address. This hint will apprear as a mouse-over display on the login name field.

address

webmail-theme {IndigoDarkBlue | RedGrey | Standard}

Select a theme for the webmail GUI.

RedGrey

webmail-theme-status {enable | disable}

Enable or disable webmail theme change.

enable

Related topics

system geoip-override