Application to automatically save MHTML(mht) archive file breakthrough login authentication?

How to create a application to automatically save MHTML(mht) archive file breakthrough login authentication?

I downloaded a C# application (see link below) feeded in url of my hotmail inbox. input my hotmail username and

password as credentials to the C# application and click save button to save mht file. Next time when I try to open

that mht file, it always redirect to hotmail login page. I need to see my hotmail inbox web page offline from mht

file. Same thing happened in my yahoo inbox.

Then I noticed IE save button is able to save hotmail inbox mht file correctly. But I need automatical save.
So I downloaded a C++ application manipulate IE save button. But still redirect to login page.

Please help me to find a proper application for doing this. Thank you.

C# application link   http://www.codeproject.com/KB/files/MhtBuilder.aspx
C++ application link  http://www.codeproject.com/KB/shell/iesaveas.aspx

help

Thanks

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xiangwei00Author Commented:
b0lsc0tt

Thanks for the explanation, I won't post any my private contacts if I aware this rules.

I post the question on Sunday.But 2 days passed I still do not get any solution yet. What should i do?

Thank you

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
xiangwei00,

Can I ask why you are wanting to do this?  Because if you want to save Hotmail messages, why don't you just use Windows Live Mail on your Desktop?  http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview

Then, the messages will be available locally.

Jeff
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xiangwei00Author Commented:
Jeff (TechSoEasy)

hotmail is just an example. Our website have login page and account page. How can I archive html file breakthrough login?

Netminder,
Can you give me sample code how image containing login and password removed.

thank you
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
First, Netminder removed YOUR image that you posted which had YOUR login and password.  (He's an admin on EE, and wasn't responding to your question).

Then... I don't quite understand what you are trying to do with the code... can you explain a bit more?  Because you can't have login information be imbedded in the code of a page... because otherwise you just might as well not have any login requirement.

Jeff
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xiangwei00Author Commented:
Sorry about the confusion.

There is existing login web page and profile page which I am not able to change any of theirs code. I need use ANOTHER C#window application to "hack" this page.  like this sample C#application http://www.codeproject.com/KB/files/MhtBuilder.aspx
use C# application to save profile page url  as mht file. and next time when I try to open
that mht file, it always redirect to local  login page(C:\my document\sample.mht). How can I save profile pages( after you login) as mht file , so next time the saved page won't always reject to login page?
thank you
xiangwei00

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
That would bypass any reasonable security of having to log into the site in the first place.  This is why you cannot do that.  So, essentially, it can't be done.

Jeff
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xiangwei00Author Commented:
thank you
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