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tiredofnick

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Does anyone have any experience developing applications that utilize Kerio's LDAP database?

Specifically, I'm trying to write an app in Ruby that queries the global address book, and also has the ability to write to it.
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jshaw541

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LDAP is LDAP. Should be cut and dry. You'll need to ensure the app has access to the LDAP port, and that you have a KMS account to use (unless it accepts anonymous binds). Then you can dump a schema.

I would start off by explore KMS's LDAP server with a tool like LDAPBrowser, first.

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