I updated my LDAPquery plugin again. Now it lets you sort the output by
any attribute you want. If you tell it to sort by "common name" it even
splits up the names into firstname/lastname bits to sort by LAST name.
'Course if your LDAP server has surname attributes in each record, you could
just sort by that instead (might be faster).
I also updated the output a bit. The column headers in single-table
output format and row headers in multi-table output format are now nice
text descriptions of the attributes, not the geeky attribute names themselves.
This is, of course, configurable too (grin). So you can associate any
textual description with any attribute.