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    How to create an autodiscover for Google Apps

    Couldnt find anything online so I thought I'd post this in the hope it is of use to someone

    Not perfected yet but works well

    1) create a DNS entry A record in the domain of the email address - Name:
    Autodiscover IP: of-a-web-server
    2) On the webserver create a website
    autodiscover.your-domain.xx and apply an SSL certificate matching this
    name
    3) If using IIS create a script map so that *.xml is handled by
    %windir%\system32\inetsrv\asp.dll and allow POST and GET verbs
    4) In the
    website root create a subfolder called autodiscover
    5) Create a file in
    thecalled autodiscover.xml and paste in this code
    6) remove the pop or imap
    section from the list depending what you want users to use (or move one above
    the other for priority)

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"
    ?>
    <Autodiscover xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/autodiscover/responseschema/2006">
    <Response
    xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/autodiscover/outlook/responseschema/2006a">
    <Account>
    <AccountType>email</AccountType>
    <Action>settings</Action>
    <Protocol>
    <Type>IMAP</Type>
    <Server>imap.gmail.com</Server>
    <Port>993</Port>
    <DomainRequired>on</DomainRequired>
    <SPA>off</SPA>
    <SSL>on</SSL>
    <AuthRequired>on</AuthRequired>
    </Protocol>
    <Protocol>
    <Type>POP3</Type>
    <Server>pop.gmail.com</Server>
    <Port>995</Port>
    <DomainRequired>on</DomainRequired>
    <SPA>off</SPA>
    <SSL>on</SSL>
    <AuthRequired>on</AuthRequired>
    </Protocol>
    <Protocol>
    <Type>SMTP</Type>
    <Server>smtp.gmail.com</Server>
    <Port>465</Port>
    <DomainRequired>on</DomainRequired>
    <SPA>off</SPA>
    <SSL>on</SSL>
    <AuthRequired>on</AuthRequired>
    <UsePOPAuth>on</UsePOPAuth>
    <SMTPLast>off</SMTPLast>
    </Protocol>
    </Account>
    </Response>
    </Autodiscover>

    My
    final hurdle is to grab the email address posted by outlook and put it in a
    <LoginName> tag as currently it uses the initial part of the email for the
    username prior to the domain. At the moment I have been try Request.Form and Request.Querystring but cant see the variable it is posting

    Thanks

    Robbie Wallis
    Boston College UK

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    AngryTechnician (10th September 2012)

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