I'm building a Google Apps based solution. Basically I'm setting it up such that: When a Google Apps account holder installs it he/she enters the authentication details for a single Googles Apps account to be used - that account would be used by all users of the instance of the installed system for uploading to Google Docs associated with that account and managing Google Calendar entries associated with that Google Apps account. The user as mentioned can create other users and invite them to sign in from a separate login screen and they should be able to interact with the system's facilities which allow interaction with the services associated with the Google Apps account used to install the system. Any other user of the same domain as the original user can also install the system and be automatically associated with the instance created by the user of the same domain.
I got parts one and three all set up but the second part is where I'm stuck - I'm storing the credentials for the centralised Google Apps account in a database and would need a way to authenticate seamlessly using the details i.e. I don't want the users to have to add in the sign in details nor have to go through the process of having to be asked for permission to allow the application to access the Google Apps services - I wish that when the users log in they are automatically transparently also signed into the Google Apps account as well and be able to use its services. How can I do that I wish to do away with the process of 'asking the user for which account to sign in or the Google Apps login screen' and the second step asking for permission to allow the application access to the account.
I'm working on a google apps based application - its a project management system and I'm setting it such that it requires a single google apps account to be used for all users of a particular installed instance. I.E someone installs it using a google apps account he/she can create users who can log in from a separate login screen. At the same time when these other users log in I would like to set it up so that when they log in to the system - the google app account they are associated with is automaticaly authenticated and they don't have to manually add in the username and password for that google apps account.
I'm using swiftmailer, SMTP transport method to send email from my PHP script. Sending the message is fine. It works. The problem is, no matter what I set the FROM,REPLYTO,SENDER settings to, The email comes through as the GMAIL mailbox (ME - me@[URL]) instead.
So the email goes through fine, but instead of being from [URL] as the sender... it's ME-me@[URL] I switch to a separate (non-gmail) SMTP server to test and the email went through fine, without any problems... definitely think it's a GMAIL thing.
Is it possible to use PHPMailer to send email via gmail (for reliability, less likely to get flagged as spam etc..) but have "email@example.com" as my sent email? I'm using the code found here: [URL] So far i've been getting an error: SMTP Error: Could not authenticate.
I am hosting my web application(pnpmkt.com) from GODADDY.com they have given me some email account like firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to send welcome message to new user's to their mail account in other mail servers like google, yahoo.for example, my mail function is-
I'm running a script that uses phpMailer, and it alaways worked with no problems.Last Friday, i began to experience errors, nothing was changed, nor the script, nor the server configuration files.
Server is a (dv) from media temple, i already contacted them, and they gave an exceptional support but couldn't figured this out.
The thing is: i'm running the php files on the (dv) server, but the SMTP account i'm authenticating is from other server. This SMTP account is just fine, the problem is where the files are running from.
If i change the SMTP account to an e-mail account of the same server, it works perfectly, the problem is i can't authenticate anymore to a external SMTP account.
The errors im' getting:QuoteWarning: fsockopen() [function.fsockopen]: SSL: connection timeout in /var/www/vhosts/***DOMAIN HIDDEN***/httpdocs/class/mail/class.smtp.php on line 122
Warning: fsockopen() [function.fsockopen]: Failed to enable crypto in /var/www/vhosts/***DOMAIN HIDDEN***/httpdocs/class/mail/class.smtp.php on line 122[code]....
Is there some way I can take text (retrieved from a form), and email it to my gmail account? I can also have the user enter their email address, and a subject. Or if not is there a better way to have users send me a message?
What I am trying to do is simply open my gmail account from another browser with the imap_open and display the contents of the inbox. So far everything that I have tried has given me an error. Any suggestions?
I am creating an application within our company that handles all our processing. This will need to implement Google Apps (we have premier). I'm having a hard time figuring out the best way to authenticate user. I need full access to ALL their information (add, delete, modify [calendars, emails, contacts[, password?]]). I'm wanting to do something along the lines of OAuth so that they don't need to store their password on my server as well as google. As if it's all 1 concurrent login. I'm using Zend to communicate with Gdata API. What's the best kind of authentication for my application? What are limitations to this authentication?
I have 2 sites where mail is sent to two vanity gmail accounts. I'm using PHP to handle the mail, but the mail is not showing up at gmail (not in spam/junk, it just doesn't show up). If I switch the PHP to send to my personal hotmail account, the mail shows up. Same for a personal email account through my ISP.
The mail used to show up at those 2 vanity gmail accounts, why they would just stop?
Is there any way to trigger a php script when a new email arrives on Google Apps (Gmail)? I've figured out a way to poll the inbox to look for new messages, but I'd ideally like a more event-based solution. Basically I need it to be run from a server somewhere which would parse new email messages and process itself according to the contents of the message.
When I send an email using PHP to hotmail or to my personal email, it comes through fine. The message and PDF attachment is there.When I send the same email to a google gmail account, the headers and subject seem to be intact, but there is no message and the attachment shows up as noname with a size of 0.I've found mention of this in other forums but nothing I've tried has worked. In fact, some of the things I've tried end up breaking the email when it goes to hotmail.Here's a condensed version of my code -
I am develop a application that allow login from other applications, eg. Google, Facebook, linkedin, etc. My question is, howto obtain the user account information from google, after login with oauth. With user account information, i mean: name, email, date of birth, etc.
I'm having problem on using soapI get an error:Fault code: soap:ServerFault string: Server was unable to process request. ---> ERROR: Could not authenticate user.How to fix this? I dont know why this error appears. the last time i check my code its ok but now i got that error.
I need to retrieve the name, email and picture from a google account. I am already using the openid to make the user login with it's google acc. Can I have the picture URL from the openid proccess? with OAuth I cant'seem to find the right scope to retrieve this information... See this link: [URL] there is a list of scopes that you can fetch with REST api to google and I didnt't see the one related to the profile. Btw, I am using PHP and the openid is already working, but didn't start with the oauth untill I know if I can(and need) retrieve the picture (because email and name already comes within the openid proccess)
I was told in the 'case-of-monday' meeting that I am going to integrate MS-sharepoint authentication to a existing PHP site. The idea is a MS-sharepoint user can login via the PHP site which has permission to query a sub set of the Sharepoint resources (generic documents i.e. employee manual).