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    I have integrated Zimbra with CAS via preauth.jsp. My users log in with a unique employee number via CAS.

    My server has multiple domains ( x.com, y.com, z.com etc)
    In order to use the preauth.jsp we need to generate a the domain_key via zmprov gdpak domain.com. Here is the problem, since I have multiple domains, I create an alias for all my mail accounts ( all.com for example ) and then I use zmprov gdpak all.com to create the domain_key. When I run the preauth.jsp I get an error : invalid request: domain not configured for preauth !

    preauth.jsp can only be configured to use one domain .... is it possible to use the alias instead ?

    Chris

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    For security we require a separate preauth key for each domain. Google 'zimbra preauth cas' and you can see what others have done for CAS.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.


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