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Re: Fwd: openldap
Ya i had tried through schema, in internet.
It was mentioned tat we can create our own schema for eg: test.schema
and we can add the list off attributes that are required for us.
I have tried that also but it was not working.
I will tell the objective of mine.
we have mailserver in RHEL 5 and ldap server is separate.
we have all the user information in ldap server including
mail box location
and other things related to mail and organization.
so when a user sends mail the information must want to fetched from ldap server
and work accordingly.
somehow please help with this issue.Since i need some help from you guys.
And thanks in advance.
On 17/06/2008, Buchan Milne <email@example.com> wrote:
On Tuesday 17 June 2008 14:55:34 Aravind Arjunan wrote:
> Its working when i do it intially.
> can you please tell wat objectclass i have to add when i add the below
> 2)E-mail address:
> 3)First name:
> 4)Last name:
> 5)Additional info:
These aren't attributes. You haven't specified the client, so it is difficult
to guess what attributes the client is going to map to these address book
However, if I were to guess, they would be:
1)displayName (from officeperson.schema)
2-4 are all supported with inetOrgPerson.
However, this is the kind of information you can determine for yourself.
Please consult the schema definitions ...
- From: "Aravind Arjunan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: Fwd: openldap
- From: Buchan Milne <email@example.com>