Passing credentials to Outlook

Passing credentials to Outlook

Post by Roland Hal » Thu, 18 Dec 2003 07:49:00



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You're launching Outlook from a script or from the command-line?
If you're not using VBScript then this is OT.

If you are then:
Outlook is running in CW or IMO mode?
CW: You're not authenticated through your profile, as you should be, if
you're being requested for authentication. This will happen if you're
logged into one domain and your email using authentication in another
domain, even through a trust. You have to authenticate through the profile
when it is created to eliminate the authentication request.
IMO: You're being prompted for authentication because you chose not to save
this information in your account settings.

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Passing credentials to Outlook

Post by Paul E. Su » Thu, 18 Dec 2003 22:28:32

Thanks for the reply, although I don't know what OT means...

We can launch it from a script or command line...

I understand all about domains, etc. but is there a way to pass all the
information to the program, and this is running in CW mode...

Thanks again





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Passing credentials to Outlook

Post by Roland Hal » Fri, 19 Dec 2003 12:10:19


Off topic.


If you're running in CW mode and logged into the domain, why are you being
asked to provide authentication? It should be pass thru.


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