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kevinsaucier 05-12-2005 03:29 AM

Recreate Outlook Web Access 2003 Look and Feel
Hello all,

I'm sure this has been asked a bunch of times, but I am just not
finding the answers that I am looking for.

We have developed an application that we plan to market. The app is
written in ASP.NET on the front end and runs against an Exchange 2003
back end. I am trying to make the app look as much like Outlook Web
Access 2003 as possible. We've got the layout down and some of the
niftier looking functions, but icons are killing us.

Obviously, I could just hop into the directory that OWA is getting it's
icons from and start making copies. Personally, I don't see a problem
with this as Exchange is required to run our application. It seems
that I am doing Microsoft a favor by running against Exchange. But,
I'm sure they don't see it that way and I don't need to get sued
because I used their icons incorrectly. I would have no problem
requesting permission to use thier icons, but they make it so
incredibly difficult on the request page.

So, I am looking for simple icons like Mail, Tasks, Calendar, Refresh,
Save, Print, Paperclip (attachments), etc that can recreate the look
and feel of OWA 2003. I know that some of these are included in Visual
Studio, but they are the 1934 versions. I have checked on the Beta
copy of VS 2005 and they are still old versions. It would be nice if
MS could pick up some slack in this category.

Anyone who can shed some light on this problem would be my hero! If
you know of a place that specifically says that I can just use the MS
icons because I am running it on an MS product, that would be even

Thanks in advance,

Kevin M. Saucier

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