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ldap as an adressbook
Thank you for your helping.
But unfortunately, I couldn't understand all you wrote. But using a
ldapserver is really not the best way, I see. Do have anyone a idea to
installing a global adressbook?
But the idea to using
<In LDAP, this can be achieved by
<asking for one entry back, and using the partial entry
<as a search prefix, and searching each time. This is
<probably not the best use of your LDAP server, of course.
is I thinking for. Is it possible, to put the search string in searching
definition for my ldap server?