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    Default SOAP access without user/password

    We need to know unread emails from a portlet. we generate the URL to access Zimbra with preAuth, there is no problem with that, but...
    Does this generated token can be used also as authToken in SOAP to avoid using user/password?

    By the way, which is the method you use to access SOAP without WSDL? Because itīs a hard way to use SOAP!!!

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    If we use:
    HTML Code:
    <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope">
    		<soap:Header>
    		<context xmlns="urn:zimbra">
    		<authToken>XXXXXXXXX</authToken>
    		</context>
    		</soap:Header>
    		<soap:Body>
    		<GetInfoRequest>
    		</GetInfoRequest>
    		</soap:Body>
    		</soap:Envelope>
    with the authToken generated with preAuthkey for the email we want the info, we get unknown document: GetInfoRequest.

    Do we have to do a AuthRequest with the generated preAuthKey?

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    you need to specify the correct namespace of your GetInfoRequest
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    Sorry for the stupid question... how/where do I specify namespace?

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    Does this thread help you? I'm not a coder but isn't this
    Code:
    <context xmlns="urn:zimbra">
    where you specify the namespace?
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    Thanks for your reply, it was an obvious one but I was confused, but iīm getting still the same exception with:
    Code:
    <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope">
    	<soap:Header>
    		<context mlns="urn:zimbra">
    <authToken>XXXXXXXXXXXXX</authToken>
    		</context>
    	</soap:Header>
    	<soap:Body>
    		<GetInfoRequest xmlns="urn:zimbra"></GetInfoRequest>
    	</soap:Body>
    </soap:Envelope>

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    Default Namespace woes

    Quote Originally Posted by jrramon View Post
    Code:
    <context mlns="urn:zimbra">
    You want "xmlns" there.
    Quote Originally Posted by jrramon View Post
    Code:
    <GetInfoRequest xmlns="urn:zimbra">
    And you want "urn:zimbraMail" there.
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    Hi Joserra,

    try with xmlns="urn:zimbraAccount" after the request! it works!

    regards

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    ok! thanks, it works perfect now!

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