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Re: Sendmail 8.10.0 vs. LDAP
(Combining this with a response to the original author of the c.m.s
Don Badrak wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Mar 2000, Les Barstow wrote:
> > Any recommendations on how to fix the Sendmail side? The
> > comp.mail.sendmail group hasn't come back with a response...
> Looks like it did to
> me. http://x36.deja.com/getdoc.xp?AN=601299155&search=thread&CONTEXT=954283940.578289689&HIT_CONTEXT=954283940.578289689&HIT_NUM=5&hitnum=1
> Someone replied to a message of yours with this (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> | > If I remove the -z, I get the first rfc822Mailbox (as expected),
> | > so I know I'm getting connected and getting responses to/from the
> | > LDAP server. I just can't seem to tack multi-valued responses
> | For multiple return values I guess you should add ldap map to your
> | AliasFile option, something like this in your .mc file:
> | define(`SMTP_MAILER_FLAGS',`A')
> | define(`confLDAP_DEFAULT_SPEC',`-h ldapserver.mydomain -b
> | dc=mydomain,o=myorg')
> | define(`ALIAS_FILE',`/etc/mail/aliases,ldap: -v mailRoutingAddress -k
> | (&(objectClass=groupOfNames)(mail=%0))')
That didn't work, and shouldn't work (according to the documentation).
I did try it (editting the .cf rather than using the .mc file) to make
there wasn't something weird with Sendmail, but I get the same response
(which I should: defining the map on its own vs. using it directly in
AliasFile option is just a semantics thing - the map definition is
the same...). The suggestion from Evaldas should only return the first
in a multi-valued list, according to the spec (and that is backed up by
For a little more information: I am running sendmail on a RedHat 6.1
with the LDAP server running on a Solaris box (I've also used my Linux
as a backup LDAP server to make sure it's not the Solaris box being
I've tried removing quotes, adding quotes, removing space, adding spaces
(from each of the parameters individually) - nothing's worked.
What really irks me is that this worked (with ldapx) under Sendmail
But now you get an 'ldapx depreciated' error if you use an ldapx map.
Les Barstow | e-mail: email@example.com
System Administrator |
VR-1, Inc. | The box said "Requires Windows 95 or better",
http://www.vr1.com | so I installed Linux!