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Re: authPassword (RFC 3112) implemented?

Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
> If it's no longer needed - what has changed?  I thought it was invented
> because the existing scheme of '{hash method}' in userPassword broke the
> LDAP standard.  Which it still does.

Simply no-one cares.

BTW: IIRC RFC 3112 also lacks a definition of charset encoding for
textual strings. This was kinda solved for userPassword by an
implementation hint in RFC 4519 requiring SASLprep/UTF-8 but not for the


Ciao, Michael.