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iNotes Access: Using mailjump.nsf, custom form & user authentication

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While out on leave, my company moved from R5 to R6.  Now that I'm back, I need to figure out a way to allow users to access iNotes in a more user friendly manner.  I feel as if I have all the pieces to the puzzle, but no picture to go from...so I need some help.  Let me preface this by saying that my web server/access is very limited...so please speak slowly. :)

We're using R6.5 on Windows 2003 server.  

I have downloaded mailjump.nsf from the Sandox to use to prevent users from having to key in the entire path including their mail file name.  I believe that I have this portion working correctly.  

The other thing is that I recently created a domcfg.nsf database.  I'd like to be able to use a login screen similar to that of the example included with it.  What steps do I need to take in order to use the custom login screen and mailjump.nsf?  Do I need to configure web documents?

The other big issue is that we're being prompted for multiple logins when attempting to access iNotes.  I've read that you can turn on session based authentication or create a web site authentication realm document, but I'm really quite lost about this issue.  Suggestions on what you've done or some hand holding help on setting up a solution is much needed.

Thanks so much!
Janette
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