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Developing ASP.NET application against EX 2003, need help with login.

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Hi all. I am trying to develop an ASP.NET application (Visual Studio 2003
using C#) that will show things like a users calendar, inbox, etc. in
different IFrames. I have my own database of stored usernames and passwords
and the user authenticates against my web site/portal.

My question is, how do I bind these credentials so that I can access the OWA
without the user having to login again?

I have set Forms on in the Ex 2003 and that works OK. Once I login once on
the Logon.asp form, the credentials stay as long as I have the browser open
and my application works great. I don't want the user to see the Logon.asp
page, I want it to me behind the seams, but I can't seem to make it work.

I have tried Ldap authentication, but cannot seem to pass the cookie to the
new IFrame!

Can anyone offer suggestions to set the user credentials for single sign on
capability?

Thanks,
TheBurgerMan
at
gmail.com
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Thanks,
Th**********@gmail.com
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Nov 16 '05 #1
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