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Thread: Preloading a username in the URL?

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    Default Preloading a username in the URL?

    One of the agencies that we provide mail services for has requested a feature that our previous mail system had. Specifically, their local administrator was able to create a bookmark for each mail user that might use a shared PC. That bookmark would pass the user's e-mail address with the URL so that all the user would have to do is type their password. This is merely an annoyance to his users, so it's not a high priority. But, it would be nice to know if there was a way to formulate the Zimbra Advanced Client URL to automatically populate the username field with a specified user and then use that as a "login bookmark". Anyone else know how to do this, or if it's even possible?

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    Try:
    Code:
    https://mail.server.com/zimbra/?loginOp=relogin&username=username
    for AJAX client

    and
    Code:
    https://mail.server.com/zimbra/?loginOp=&client=standard&relogin&username=username
    for Standard Client

    5.0 only

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    We'll probably be moving to ZCS 5.0 within the next month or two. So I'll share that with the user along with the URL you posted.

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