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Re: OpenLDAP as an address book for MS Outlook
Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> > Michael Str?der wrote:
> >> > Michael Str?der wrote:
> >> >>> "Be liberal in what you receive and conservative in what you send" is
> >> >>> a good old rule.
> >> >>
> >> >> If you change the subschema subentry you change something sent to the
> >> >> client.
> >> >
> >> > I still don't understand what's so bad about being able to request the
> >> > ordering of the 'cn' attribute.
> >> Actually the client could request that.
> > The client does request that, it seems, but OpenLDAP produces an error.
> > It requests a SortKeyList control on the attribute 'cn'. But OpenLDAP
> > returns an error.
> No, it is not requesting it. You can request the rule you want as part of
> the filter. See
> for an example of a filter that specifies the matching rule in a filter.
You have lost me. The bad Outlook request is not about filtering, it's
about sorting (ordering). It is ordering that is denied by the server.
There is nothing about ordering in the link you have given.
Victor Sudakov, VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN