Examples of using SmarterMail as a .NET SSO
Question asked by Connie DeCinko - June 1, 2016 at 4:00 PM
We need to migrate from iMail to SmarterMail.  We are currently using the iMail database as a poor man's single sign on, same username/password for email and web apps.  We will be moving to a true SSO next year, but in the meantime I need to figure out if I can make my .NET apps use SmarterMail to login and start a session, much like an SSO.
Anyone done something even similar?  If my .NET app looks up a username/password via the SM API, then what?

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