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OWA/Calendar Integration in Portal

Hi,

I have Exchange 2003 with basic authentication. I have created appintegrator iview for the Outlook. I have Front end IIS and Exchange separate systems.

Should i configure SSO2KERB certificate in exchange and portal using basic authentication for user mapping? Is this only approach as there is secuity restrictions using Cumulative Security Update from IE.

Please guide me , it would be REALLY heplful. Definite rewards for answers!

Thanks,

Vijay

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2009 at 07:39 AM

    Hi,

    Check these links. They may help.

    how-to-implement-sso-with-web-outlook

    internet-explorer-ms04-038-patch-causes-javascript

    Regards,

    Harini S

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    • Former Member

      Hello Harini,

      Thanks for the reply. In this thread how-to-implement-sso-with-web-outlook the final conclusion is having SSO. second i dont know it is relevant to my question.Actually, I dont want to use Username/pwd in the URL as it is recommeded by MS.

      Please give me steps you have followed to configure OWA/Calendar in your landscape which we will be really helpful.

      Thanks in advance.

      Vijay

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