Exchange Data Provider for Lightning

automatic login name not correctly derived

Asked by zutje on 2010-11-30

I entered the servername of my calenderserver as https://blabla.bla.com\username@auto
The plugin nwo tries to login with blabla.bla.com\username as a username. but in my case I should login with username only. Is it possible to separate the servername and username (and maybe other parameters that are involved in the login process) in the properties dialog of the calender so that the automatic setting can be overridden?

Yours, Tjeerd

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Simon Schubert (corecode) said : #1

Then don't use blablabla\user, but just user. @auto should pick the right server automatically, provided you're selected the right email account for the calendar.

zutje (t-j-pinkert) said : #2

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Dear Simon,

On 11/30/2010 11:01 AM, Simon Schubert wrote:
> Your question #136032 on Exchange Data Provider for Lightning changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/lightning-exchange-provider/+question/136032
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> Status: Open => Answered
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> Simon Schubert proposed the following answer:
> Then don't use blablabla\user, but just user. @auto should pick the
> right server automatically, provided you're selected the right email
> account for the calendar.

Thanks for the answer, I typed the full line into the Location box, but
for me it worked when typing only the https://blabla.bla.com/ and then
later filling out the username and password box. Now 't works fine.

Tjeerd

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Simon Schubert (corecode) said : #3

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