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When you open up the 'Base' application of Open office it allows you to 'connect to an existing database'. I use my URl of my Kerio server and connect to the correct port. I am confused at what to use for the "Base DN" field (I obviously know very little about LDAP).

Has anyone successfully connected Base to Kerio? Eventually I would like to have some database suck my Kerio Public Contacts in and allow us to make queries and create labels.

Any help would be appreciated.
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I have seen that article, but it didn't seem to help much. Can you confirm what I should be using for a 'DN', whether I can use and username/password of any user in my KMS?

So I guess my point is I did RTM and I asked the question here after that.

[Updated on: Tue, 22 April 2008 21:43]

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B74ubba wrote on Tue, 22 April 2008 07:05

I have seen that article, but it didn't seem to help much. Can you confirm what I should be using for a 'DN', whether I can use and username/password of any user in my KMS?

So I guess my point is I did RTFM and I asked the question here after that.



Yes. I use the full email address of the user with Thunderbird and it works great.
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I didn't use the whole email address I will try that. Thanks!
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