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jackyyjwu

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Dear All,

We find that the kerio mailserver schema in LDAP only contains users and groups.

Our Kerio can read users and groups in OpenLDAP, but we do not know how to represent aliases and mail lists in OpenLDAP and let Kerio to access them.

Would anyone advise? Thank you.

Bests,
Jacky

[Updated on: Thu, 01 November 2007 05:51]

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jackyyjwu

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Dear all,

I move my former question here.

I find that the kerio-mailserver.schema includes both kerio-Mail-User and kerio-Mail-Group. The usage is:

objectClass: kerio-Mail-User
kerio-Mail-Address: kerioUser
groupMembership: kerioGroup

objectClass: kerio-Mail-Group
kerio-Mail-Address: keriioGroup


There are two quetions:

1, After setting the entries in LDAP, we can include 'kerioUser' in the email group 'kerioGroup', but we find that we do not know how to include external email account to the group 'kerioGroup'.

Would you guys please advise how to include external email account to the group 'kerioGroup'?

2, Currently, we can only specify in a user which groups they belong to, but we do not know how to specify in a group what users it includes.

Would you please give some hints on how to designate users in the group side?

Thank you.

Bests,
Jacky
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