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    I have our intranet site integrated with zimbra via a Home tab.

    I need each user logged into it so that it can pre-poulate certain areas of the website based on the user.

    I wanted to know how to determine user from the ZM_AUTH_TOKEN cookie?
    And how could I add cookie info to the mail.domain.com that the cookie is under. Cause it zimbra cookie doesn't seam to allow it...?

    I was thinking of maybe changing the zimbra default cookie from mail.domain.com to domain.com then I could use the cookie info across sub domains, but that looked complicated. Is it even possible?

    I'm open for suggestions...

    Thanks!

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    ok, I found this:
    Preauth - Zimbra :: Wiki

    ...which got the login part...

    ...but I still don't understand how to add cookies to mail.domain.com, or verify user passwords

    Thanks

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    Using pre-auth no user password is required. Once the token has been generated you set the ZM_AUTH_TOKEN cookie and any further HTTP(s) SOAP requests etc, by that user, will be authorised.

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