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millerdc

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Hello,

I'm testing Kerio on a brand new install of MacOS X server 10.3.8. I have it running Open directory master. No custimizing at all just plain setup. I'm at the directory service screen and I'm not sure what to put in for the the "cn=" part of the username field. I tried "users" like the manual shows but when I select the Users portion of the config it says "LDAP server is not available".

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millerdc

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Bump.

Please help me! all I need to know is were my path is for the cn=.
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sts.de.ko

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hello,

we have the same configuration here in our company using kerio mail server and the open directory connector to connect to our ldap database on our xserve. i've spent a couple of hours to get the connector working (forget the kerio manual). but now it works fine. email me at "oecm at mac.com" for a step by step configuration.

ph.




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