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Re: OpenLDAP and a clustered mail solution.

On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 10:38:26AM -0600, Jayson Henkel wrote:
> Hi fellas,
> I work for a medium sized ISP we are currently loooking to replace our dying
> mail server with a clustered solution. We are hoping to have an LDAP server
> to do authorization for mail first of all and secondly radius. The radius
> portion of things is at a later date. I am tasked with the LDAP portion of
> this clustered mail server and so far haven't been real successfull. I am
> wondering if any of the kind souls on this list might have some insight on
> how to go about implementing LDAP in this role particularily in the context
> of connecting to a mysql server which I understand from reading this lists
> archives is not A.) Trivial and/or B.) efficient.  I would really like to
> speak to someone that has implemented this kind of thing so I can avoid all
> the gotcha's.
> Thanks,
> -=Jayson=

You could try www.nrg4u.com. It seems to work well. You could try
Radiator as your RADIUS software, we're stuck with CISCO Secure ACS, but
it also works with the necessary experimentation (note tech support
knows nothing about LDAP).