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Re: Need to export Exchange Server to OpenLdap


I have been trying to get exchange- address book to OpenLDAP.Iam trying to have 
all the fields form the address book(~35 fields).
You were talking about some atricle.can you forward it to me.

thanks for your time

Quoting Nick Keeman <nkeeman@linuxmail.org>:

> But what I don't understand is that the two programs "gq" and "ldapbrowser"
> both can see the data.  I can search for people in the MS-Exchange
> Addressbook if I enter two search characters or more.  So these programs are
> intelligent enough to determine the schema themselves.  The problem is that
> these programs can't export the data to .ldif.
> There's been professional articles about how to move from MS-Exchange to
> OpenLdap but the article didn't explain how to extract the data with an
> Ldap-client.
> Guess I have to ask it really nice to the MS people in my company this
> time.
> Thanx,
> Nick
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joseph Kezar" <jkezar@doc.state.vt.us>
> Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 13:59:37 -0500
> To: "Nick Keeman" <nkeeman@linuxmail.org>, <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
> Subject: Re: Need to export Exchange Server to OpenLdap
> Re: It would be nice if there was a exchange.schema file or perhaps a
> Re: active_directory.schema to allow a flush of the exchange related data
> and
> Re: active directory data so it can just be dumped into OpenLDAP.
> Re: 
> Re: For now there are alternative schemas I guess we are stuck clouging
> Re: together.
> Re: 
> Re: Let me know if there is anything out there that would allow such a
> "sharing"
> Re: of data between the monster and openLDAP.
> Re: 
> Re: thanks,
> Re: Joe Kezar
> Re: 
> Re: ----- Original Message -----
> Re: From: "Nick Keeman" <nkeeman@linuxmail.org>
> Re: To: <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
> Re: Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 12:46 PM
> Re: Subject: Need to export Exchange Server to OpenLdap
> Re: 
> Re: 
> Re: > Hi Experts,
> Re: >
> Re: > I've been looking into ways of extracting addressbook data from
> Re: MS-Exchange to an OpenLdap database.  I've tried the product
> "ldapbrowser"
> Re: and "gq".  They were both able to see the address-book data but were
> not
> Re: able to export it to an ldif file. The Windoze admins are unwilling to
> Re: export the data to an ldif file so I need to extract it myself.
> Re: >
> Re: > I've then tried the "ldapsearch -L" command but couldn't get it
> going.
> Re: Same for "slapcat".  Is there anybody who has done this before.
> Re:  (ldapsearch -L "objectclass=*" -h dtsrv10 -x)
> Re: >
> Re: > I would appreciate if someone could help me out.
> Re: >
> Re: > Nick
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