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RE: Outlook browsing LDAP?
"Todd Baker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Hi, new subscriber here.. I searched around and didn't find an answer to
>this so I thought I'd ask here.
This is a very old topic. With Microsoft's LDAP Address book services, you get a lousy client. It lacks the "show all" option. It also pages through the directory at about 100 entires at a time.
You have to write an address book provider (client) for Windows which mimics the Global Addess List (GAL) only have it work for LDAP.
>I finally got a working openLDAP server running on my Linux box and
>everything seems to work fine. I can add, search, etc entries from both
>the command line as well as from other programs like Softerra's LDAP
>Administrator. Now, I'm trying to get Outlook XP to work with it. I
>set up the entry in Tools>Accounts and everything works fine. I can go
>to the address book and search for names and that works fine. BUT when
>I open up the address book I don't see any entries under the LDAP
>server. The only way I can get some to show up there is to first search
>for them. Is there some way to get all of the names to show up in the
>contact list without searching for them first?
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