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ybekkering

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I'm trying out Kerio Mailserver (6.0.10), since I'm not content with our current mailserver from 4DMail.

Issue #1
I installed Kerio on a osx-machine (Panther) and it's working smoothly. The only thing I can't get working properly is the integration with our osx-server (10.3). I'm trying to connect to the LDAP-database on the server, but I'm getting error-messages (can't connect to LDAP). My server has the name server.example.nl and my keriomailserver is called mail.example.nl. I don't know what to fill in in the Open Directory pane. I tried to fill in the data I saw in the manual online (uid=root,cn=users,etc,etc).

Issue #2
My second question is about the OSX-addressbook. In the webmail you can see the public contacts (great !), but how can I connect from the OSX-addressbook.app to that (LDAP)-database. What do I have to fill in in the Preferences-pane ? I just want to connect to the Kerio-userdatabase, so that my osx-clients and my webmailclients always see the same addressbook.

When I solve issue #1, I know how to connect to the LDAP-database from OSX-server within the addressbook.
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