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Re: Common Address Book

I believe you're confusing TLS and SASL. If you're not using SASL you have to use -x to execute a simple bind. If you want to encrypt your connection use can add -ZZ also but they're two different things.

J Michasel Gilks wrote:

On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 15:19, Dieter Kluenter wrote:

Here is, what I did.
Create a virtual addressbook manager, cn=abmanager,ou=addressbook
grant write access to the addressbook subtree
Create a virtual addressbook user
grant read access to the addressbook subtree
Edit addressbook wizzards from evolution and OOo.
You need evolutionPerson.schema to set up entries.


OK. Thanks for this advice. I tried setting up the users as you suggested, however when I don't use the -x option on the command line I still get the message ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s: No such object

I have just come across another article on the web
and it seems to suggest that the Redhat rpm may have been compiled
without support for tls
I am leaving work soon, but will try compiling the source on my Mandrake
system at home to see if that gets rid of the problem.
Once again thank you for your help.