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Been considering moving to kerio and in fact we probably will (from communigate, which looks like a headache no matter who we switch to). Looking at the shared contacts list through ldap. Using standard ldap I can connect and search fine. but if I change it to secure ldap it doesn't work anymore. Could this be because it's a self-signed certificate? don't see any errors or anything. I even tried watching it from ethereal and don't see anything odd that cought my attention (kinda hard when it's all encrypted).

I then tried it on Mozilla Thunderbird and it works fine, both LDAP and LDAPS. I have tried both 6.0.10 and 6.1RC1. And obviously I don't want email passwords going over the internet plain text everytime someone searches for a contact. This may not pose a really big problem since in order to see the contact in apple's you have to copy it to the person's personal address book. So it would just be a good tool for new hires to add everyone to their address book and for everyone to add the new hire to their address books.

Also sort of off topic, but 6.1 should officially support tiger server, correct? Haven't really heard much other than the post a month and a half ago mentioning that right now it's unsupported, although I've been doing all the testing on it without any problems. but also not using the open directory stuff either which i guess is the big issue with tiger.

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Never mind... Closing Address Book en reopening it made it work.

[Updated on: Sun, 31 August 2008 23:07]

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