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Re: ldapsearch vs Outlook Express

Oops!  I reversed the two examples.  The first example was Outlook Express
and it did not work.  The second was ldapsearch, and it did work!  Two
mistakes in one week; I need a vacation!  <grin>

                                       Stephen Anderson

On Thu, 6 May 1999, Stephen Anderson wrote:

> I am trying to get Outlook Express 5 to work with my LDAP server.  I have
> almost everything working.  The only issue that isn't working as expected
> is Outlook Express' advanced "sounds like" searches.  I have compiled
> phoneitc support into my LDAP server.  The interesting thing is that the
> ~= searches ARE working from ldapsearch, just not from OE.  For example.
> I have a user entry with a sn=Friederich.  I can do an approximate
> (phonetic) ldapsearch for sn~=Freederick and it finds the entry without
> hesitation.  OE on the other hand returns no results.  I enabled debugging
> on slapd to determine where the difference was.  The only line of
> consequence different between the two requests was:
> ldapsearch:
> SRCH "DC=SOLUTIA,DC=COM" 2 3   100  60  0
> Outlook Express:
> SRCH "DC=SOLUTIA,DC=COM" 2 0     0   0  0
> Unfortunately, I don't know what the trailing numbers signify.  My
> question to the list is really this. What do the trailing numbers mean,
> and is anyone aware of how I might override incoming requests that look
> like the latter example and have them executed like the former (sucessful)
> example?  Thank you very much for any and all help!
> 					Stephen Anderson
> 					stephena@hiwaay.net