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Missing DN suffix in Mozilla .ldif

I've seen similar sample files to this one, but nobody's posted an answer on the list (that I could find anyway). I'm exporting a Mozilla addressbook, and the result looks like the following:
dn: cn=Joe User,mail=juser@company.com
objectclass: top
objectclass: person
objectclass: organizationalPerson
objectclass: inetOrgPerson
objectclass: mozillaAbPersonObsolete
givenName: Joe User
cn: Joe User
modifytimestamp: 0Z
This fails with "Object Not Found" if I try to load it through ldapadd. Obviously the DN isn't correct -- if I type in the suffix it works (and if I remove the modifytimestamp -- I've already added the mozilla objectclass). Is anybody aware of a way to "convince" ldapadd to load this data (perhaps this is where the BASE suffix in ldap.conf comes in?) or must I resort to massaging the data by hand?
If anybody has successfully gotten one of these ldif exports to work from Mozilla, I'd love to know what you did.