Sing in to Hotmail from my homepage – PHP

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Q(Question):

I have been looking for a way to be able to sign in to hotmail from my homepage. Like fill in the e-mail address and password fields from my page and then when i press login it will go to my inbox. Can someone please help me. I don`t even know if i am in the right forum.
hsriat please don’t say that, this is impossible.

A(Answer):

I’m not sure it is possible in the way you want it….

maybe you could just use an include to contain the hotmail login box on your page?

A(Answer):

I won’t say its impossible.
Add this to your home page.
[html]<iframe height="400" width="500" src="http://mobile.live.com/hm/folder.aspx" frameborder="0" />[/html]
I’ll tell you a secret about this. This is the best way to check you mails in your office where hotmail is blocked. 😉

And I could not find the link you gave to my id in your post. 🙁

A(Answer):

I don’t want the user to type his/her email address and password. The username and password is to be retrieved from the database. So the iframe will not work here.
The link to your profile got broken in the copy-paste process.

A(Answer):

I don’t want the user to type his/her email address and password. The username and password is to be retrieved from the database. So the iframe will not work here.
The link to your profile got broken in the copy-paste process.

iframe + javascript to fill in the values?

A(Answer):

iframe + javascript to fill in the values?

AJAX 😀

Yeah, I am not sure how possible that is.I have never used many frames so I am not sure… Unless you get javascript to find the element on the page that is the username textbox and auto fill it in? Very interested to hear how you do it.

**subscribing**

A(Answer):

Heya, Rizwan.

While there is currently no Windows Live API available, there has been talk that something’s cooking over in Redmond (and really cooking this time, not just reheating ^^).

Keep an eye on dev.live.com for updates.

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