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    Default Connecting Zimbra with phpBB

    Hello!

    Recently we deployed ZCS in combination with a phpBB3 forum system. phpBB3 uses its LDAP connector to verify logins and create valid sessions. We now like to offer a seamless change for users working within ZCS to switch to the forums in phpBB3. This means that I am looking for a mechanism that allows phpBB3 to check whether a Zimbra session is valid and create a new session inside the phpBB3 system without additional login by the user.

    I have looked at pre-auth, but this seems to solve the reverse problem. Does anyone have some hints for me? My idea is to modify the login og phpBB3, so the users go through a single point, thus facilitating the "session handover".

    Best regards,
    René.


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    Re!

    Yes, I know, I mentioned phpBB3 and this is the Zimbra forum.
    Let me rephrase my question: How can a third party software verify the Zimbra session, given the fact that both applications run under the same domain? Is there any way?

    Best regards,
    René.

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    Did you ever figure this out? I'm trying to do the same thing from Wordpress (verify the Zimbra session). However, my Zimbra server runs under a subdomain and my web server running Wordpress runs on the root domain, so it might not be possible.

    Sean

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