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    yattamax is offline Member
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    Hi all

    I have necessity of create automatically a user when the user log-In through Active Directry on mail-server without necessity that an admin create a user account on zimbra server.

    Is possible ?? ... how !


    THANKS

    MaX

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    That facility is not currently available in Zimbra, it's due to be implemented in a later release. You'll have to provision the users in Zimbra for them to be able to login, you can then use AD for external authentication.
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    Bill


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    Hi ... thanks for your reply !


    Okay, this "facility" not exists , but is possible write "a code" that is interfacing with the login function ? .... how ? and wher is the best position for insert "my code" ?


    Thanks ! !

    ByE

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