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simon_pp

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Hi, as the title says, we wanted to see if it is possible to build one centralized webmail login for multiple server? The reason I am asking is that we will have a lot of users with multiple KMS servers. We want the users to only have to remember one login address instead of their specific webmail login address.

For example, if we have two mail servers for the same domain, mx1.company.com and mx2.company.com, is it possible to have all the users login on the same page (let's say login.company.com)? or does the user have to login at his specific server at mx1.comapny.com or mx2.company.com?

Would it be possible to build let's say my own front end database that keeps tracks of all the users and respective KMS server location. Then on a single login page, we can look up the actual webmail login address and pass on the user name and password? I am not a web developer so I just made all that up. I am hoping someone can shed some light on this. Very Happy

-Simon
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anthony.somerset

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i guess if you are using Active directory or perhaps even Apple OD

you already have the database of users, i am sure that part of the schema extensions is the kerio server address on a user by user basis.

just need to work on a login script that can read that info and then direct the users login credentials to the right server

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