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I've seen some Gmail accounts that have either a custom image where the gmail logo would be, or, no Gmail logo at all.

Just curious how this can be achieved.

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Google offers Google Apps for your domain - a way to use Gmail and other Google applications with your own domain name. You can customize some of the user interface.

Another option is to run a userscript or Greasemonkey script that changes the logo.

Lastly, there are many skins you can apply that remove or change the logo, and you can write your own skin as well.

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+1 I have Google Apps on my domain, and have a picture of a gnome there instead of the Gmail logo :) – GAThrawn Aug 25 '10 at 16:31
Thanks. The userscript is pretty much what I was looking for. – Liggy Aug 25 '10 at 17:22

Sound like the accounts you saw were using Google Apps for Business with custom logos

Hope this helps.

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