[horde] Creating a valid horde/imp session from another application.

Etienne Goyer etienne.goyer at linuxquebec.com
Tue May 18 10:40:55 PDT 2004

I did this for a client.  Users where authenticated via HTTP Basic; I 
have a mod_perl module that extract the user's credentials then send 
back an already-filled login form that auto-submit.  Bingo.  That would 
be redundant if you are using HEAD though, as there is an HTTP Basic 
authentication driver now.

You can contact me off-line if you think I can help further.

Frederic Trudeau wrote:
> Greetings all.
> CAM is a small ISP, based in Montreal / Canada. We have been using Horde/IMP
> for about 3 years now.
> I created a secured website for our members to see history of dial-up
> connections, bandwidth usage, diskspace usage, and billing information on
> their account. This section has grown in popularity recently.
> What I want to do is to create a valid Horde/IMP session when the user is
> entering the secured website, so that he does not need to authenticate a
> second time when trying to go to the webmail app from this website. Since
> the user must provide username + password, I assume this can be done. I just
> want to know how.
> Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> Regards,
> -
> Frederic Trudeau - CAM Internet
> Programmation / Departement reseau

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