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Re: ldap-clients for testing (without RTF)

I apologize for my previous message: this one is more readable...

> Frank Matthiess wrote:
> >
> > Monday den 3.01.2000 um 14:49 CET +0100, schrieb Mikael:
> >
> > > I would like to get hold of some (free) ldap clients to be able to test
> > > my ldap server.
> >
> > Whats with your NetScape Messenger you written the initial mail?
> > Or the Outlook Express?
> > Or Outlook 08 with the additional ldap module (on the original ol98 cd)
> These "LDAP clients" are suitable for searching e-mail addresses in
> person entries. They're completely useless if you want to browse the
> LDAP tree, add/modify/delete entries, etc.
> Also Netscape Messenger and Outlook are quite buggy regarding NON- ASCII
> characters...
> Ciao, Michael.

You can try Jerry Gawor's LDAP Browser/Editor (http://www.iit.edu/~gawojar/ldap/), written in Java.
For Linux environment, i can see also GQ, a GTK-based LDAP client (http://biot.com/gq/).
Another possibility (not friendly as two above) are Unimich Wax-Xax- Max, respectively for Windows, X-Window and Macintosh (http://www.umich.edu/~dirsvcs/ldap/).

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