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Posted: 23 January 2018 at 7:23am | IP Logged Quote d@niele

Hi.

Our client use Kerberos authentication and doesn't use Exchange Web Services.

I'm able to connect to personal mailbox using IMAP object with SaslGssApi Authentication method and without specify credentials to access to the account of the user that launch my program.

Now we have to access to a shared mailbox.

Here I read this:

To access shared mailbox's folders in MS Exchange or Office 365 via IMAP, you should log in with YourAccount@domain.com\SharedMailboxAlias username and your account's password. You'll be logged in a shared mailbox instead of your normal account. From that, you can proceed as usually

But using SaslGssApi authentication, I don't specify any credential! So, how to access to this shared mailbox using SaslGssApi Authentication method?

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Posted: 23 January 2018 at 8:11am | IP Logged Quote Alex

Hi,

I'm afraid it's not possible in Integrated Windows Authentication mode. You'll have to use GSSAPI in normal login/password mode and specify delegated mailbox.

It would be better if Exchange provided access to shared mailbox right in the space of your own account (so that GSSAPI would work in IWA mode) but they don't support this, at least in the current versions.

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Posted: 23 January 2018 at 8:26am | IP Logged Quote d@niele

Alex wrote:
Hi,

I'm afraid it's not possibl...

Thank you Alex
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