I'm not sure I can add much to this but I did install the LDAP query plugin
just to check that the LDAP connection (to an Exchange 5.5 server) was
working in SM. It was pretty easy to install and configure if you use the SM
perl script to add the plugin to the existing installation.
It gives you the opportunity to query the Global Address List more obviously
and does prove/disprove the LDAP connectivity but I couldn't get it to do
I thought there may be a way of accessing public folders and such like but I
got no further than being able to search the GAL.
I posted my queries last week and got no response I wish you more luck than
If you do crack it let us know as I'm sure there are others scratching their
heads about this. Our fault for working with MS products I guess;)
NB I ended up recompiling PHP with LDAP and installing openLDAP to get it to
I have SM working very nicely in all but one respect. I want to use LDAP to
get addresses from my MS Exchange 5.5 mail server and it's not happening for
I know that the LDAP service is working because I can use it via Outlook on
a PC. I've run the SM config and given it the same parameters. Yet the SM
server doesn't even seem to be trying to access LDAP - if I run tcpdump,
there's no activity on the configured port 389.
I have openldap-1.2.11-15 on the SM server (Redhat 7.0). Do I need other
Also, not having used this feature before, I'm not sure if I'm doing it
right anyway. I compose a message, click on addresses, type part of the
name, e.g. "Neil" and hit "Search". Is this right? There's nothing specific
to LDAP in the client interface. I get a message saying no matches.
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