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sp11: can't remember login between app restarts Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
OmniWeb fails to remember my login info for a Web server (happens to be Outlook Web Access; login appears in a sheet dialog) between restarts of the application. Sometimes it also remembers my username but fails to fill in the password.

I have tried deleting the Keychain entries and recreating them. The bug continues.
 
is the URL for the login always the same?
 
Yep. URL is always identical; it's bookmarked, and I always load the site off the Favorites Bar. The URL contains my email address which is used to get access to the login dialog, bypassing the initial http://mail.dc.gov/ page.
 
So what you've got bookmarked is something like:
Code:
https://mail.dc.gov/exchange/LogonFrm.asp?isnewwindow=0&mailbox=user@domain.com
What type of login do you get? (pop-up window, web form...?)
 
Yep. That's what I have bookmarked. As I mentioned before, I get a roll-down sheet, now that OmniWeb has upgraded from login windows to sheets. If you enter user@domain.com on mail.dc.gov, you'll see the same sheet.
 
Ah, sorry. Wasn't sure what you meant by sheet.
 
 


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