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Been setting up an LDAP backend to authenticate Kerio off of..
I'm able to list users in the directory now, and check details. I can update information on the server through Kerio's admin tool, but I can't subsequently log in as a user..

When trying, it searches for my user, and gets 1 result, as you'd suspect.
It then searches for groups that I'm a member of (but does it wrong - searches cn=groups despite the fact that the configs have been updated to use ou=Groups), gets no results, and then tries to bind.

All (mostly) fine so far.

However, from the traffic dumps I've done, this is what I see:

bindRequest(1) "<ROOT>" simple
bindResponse(1) noSuchObject (NO_SUCH_OBJECT: Bind failed: )

These are the entries from wireshark/tcpdump.

Any ideas what's happening here?
I feel like I'm hitting my head against a brick wall at the moment, so... Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks,
Chris
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Just as an FYI, this is with KMS 6.7, on a Debian/Lenny server.
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