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    Live@EDU Mailbox Login from HTML form

    Hi Everyone.

    We have just migrated 2000 users to Live@EDU and before with RM Easymail users could login via the school website just by putting in there username and password and that would post their details and log them into Easymail.

    Can you do the same with Live@EDU as I cannot find any articles on the net that tell me I can?

    Thank you for your help!

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    I just have mail.stretfordstudents.co.uk redirect to outlook.com

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    Thanks isprint84 - The reason I want to do this in the first place is because then I can save the staff/students typing the whole domain name especially as students are on a sepearate subdomain so its: firstname.surname@student.school.herts.sch.uk

    So I want to save them typing in the full domain each time.

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    For our Live@EDU system, I setup a simple SSO page on our IIS server (uses Basic Authentication presently). By doing this, I was able to configure the IIS authentication to automatically add the domain name so users only have to enter their username. It seems to work pretty well. If you want to try this, there should be a guide to getting SSO setup along with a sample ASP.net application on the eduadmin.live.com site.

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