I've searched the forums, but mainly found topics about people trying to retrieve contacts instead of actual Kerio users/email addresses.
I'm testing with a new anti spam product, and would like to make an LDAP connection from that product to Kerio in order to verify allowed email addresses.
First question: Are the emailaddresses of kerio users/groups/aliasses listed in the LDAP?
Second question: If yes, what is the search base?
If Kerio does not provide an ldap directory to search for valid email addresses I would have to use SMTP call-ahead, but that's a pain in the *** from a logging perspective on Kerio.
- Brian Carmichael (Kerio)
This option is not reliable because the LDAP in Kerio Connect is only for contacts. It does not list any other addresses such as mailing lists or aliases. The "call-ahead" option should work fine. I don't imagine this should be an issue with logging as it probably closes the connection immediately after acknowledging a response to the recipient command. This should not prompt any unnecessary log events.
Senior Technical Marketing Engineer | Kerio
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