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Szundi

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I am trying to connect my SIEMENS OpenScape Office to use the Public Adressbook from Kerio, OSO has an Interface for LDAP but I have no idea what I should put in the fields for it to work.
Found nothing on the internet to really help me.

Maybe somebody has an idea.

Attachment shows the Interface from OSO.

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[Updated on: Tue, 14 August 2012 10:38]

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Carsten Maas (Kerio)

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Dear Szundi,

the integrated LDAP in Kerio Connect was never designed to give third-party software/hardware access to itself. It is only designed for having auto-completing of email addresses.

Neverless, you can have a look at the following kb article, which may help you anyway:
kb.kerio.com/1010

[Updated on: Wed, 15 August 2012 20:44]


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SilentWarrior

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Hi,

I use the directory in combination with our HiPath System and it works good.
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Szundi

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Hi,

and how did you solve that?
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SilentWarrior

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Hi,

I used LDAP Browser to find out the settings. You can download the tool for free. In this tool you can find the expressions to Titel, Vorname, Nachname, etc. Also you can find the correct Base DN settings, maybe this field should be left blank for public contacts.
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