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Have not tried this before but have a customer that has LDAP authentication working fine on a Mac Server. Now they want to add another email domain. But I guess by design when you try to add another user it will show up in both domains. Is there a way around this? I read something about doing organizational units but not sure what to do there exactly.

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kb.kerio.com/article/how-to-map-users-from-a-specific-organi zational-unit-ou-only-290.html
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Thank you for the kb article. I tried fussing with it a little bit but can't quite get the correct template to get it to work. Again this is on a Mac Server and just wondering if anyone has actually done it before.

They talk about ou's. On the mac server side can I put different users into different groups that I ultimately want in the two different domains? Then do I somehow reference the group as an ou?

Thanks!
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