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I have a kerio mailserver installation on a Red Hat server in a mid-sized environment where all apps do everything having to do with users against our Red Hat Directory Server installation, without requiring any 'extensions'. Basically, an app that needs information will typically just describe the information it needs, and then prompt me to tell it which attribute to look for instead of forcing me to add an object class to every user object.

Instead of forcing me to make all users 'kerio-mail-user's, is there someplace in some XML file where I can simply replace 'kerio-mail-users' with 'posixuser' so that kerio maps all users with valid accounts (in the appropriate ou) as mail users?

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