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Yahoo - Google Apps Email Authentication in SharePoint 2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

There is idea about the use of the Form Based Authentication by the Google Apps Email ID.

Like I am employee of the ABC company which has Google Apps and Member of the Developer Team

so My ID is kashyap@abc.com in Google Apps.

So Is it possible to authenticate coming user to site with the ABC's Employee via Google Apps?

We can also think about oAuth Authentication.

How can we configure the authentication?

I need Ideas and suggetions

Thank You

Regards, Kashyap Patel http://interview-question-aspnet.blogspot.com/

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