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Customer wants to use distributed domains but NOT with Active Directory..

Long story there - he HAS AD but moving to it would require a lot of alias setup, notifying users of password changes and would really e a big project..

So, he asked about OpenLDAP.

I'm very hesitant as it's not officially supported ( http://kb.kerio.com/article.php?id=294 ) and really don't want to get into that mess.. but customer wants to know anyway.

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Well, I talked him out of it. He's better off in the long run with AD anyway as that's what he uses for everything else - so he's going to bite the bullet and do the work.


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