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Re: Diagnosing a bad slapd.conf

Found the solution, the build of OpenLDAP that comes with IMail
doesn't have the same default path as the default path for the
install, so you have to explicitly specify the location of slapd.conf
slapcat -f C:\Imail\OpenLDAP\Bin\slapd.conf -n 1

(if you use the default installation path)

(mind you, even after specifying the path, the -d option still seems
to do nothing. Oh well, I'll just have to drag the config to my linux
box to test it if need be)