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SSL/TLS connection on port 389

Hi All,

I've been running slapd with "-h ldaps:///" so that it takes SSL/TLS
connections on port 636. This has worked with most clients (Outlook,
Seamonkey, Thunderbird) but does not work for Evolution. I don't know
why not, but Evolution seems to insist on using port 389 for secure

When I type

openssl s_client -connect my.server.com:389

It says connection refused. When I type the same command with :636 at
the end it connects fine. 

Could somebody explain to me how to tell slapd to accept secure
connections on port 389? I am using the new version of slapd in Debian
Testing (2.4.7-1). 

Sorry if this is a really stupid question, but according to the docs the
"startTLS" process should be automatic if a secure connection comes in
on port 389. Something is obviously not quite right. 

Thanks in advance,


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