firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > email@example.com wrote: >> Hello Michael, >> >> I am using proprietary mail server unfortunately vendor is not >> providing the schema. > maybe you have access to an installed ldap server which has the schemas > you need. Then it is easy to retrieve the schema. > > > ldapsearch -LLLx -H ldap://localhost/ -b 'cn=Subschema' -s base + Note that you make two assumptions here not valid in general: 1. DN of subschema subentry is always 'cn=Subschema'. 2. The LDAP server has to support RFC 3673 to be able to return all operational attributes when search requested '+'. It's general better to refer to the FAQ-O-MATIC when fastly answering more complex questions: http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/1366.html My recent modification to above FAQ entry still awaits moderators action. The really correct ldapsearch command with 'cn=Subschema' being the DN you retrieved with the first search: ldapsearch -x -LLL -b cn=Subschema -s base '(objectClass=subschema)' attributeTypes dITStructureRules objectClasses nameForms dITContentRules matchingRules ldapSyntaxes matchingRuleUse Ciao, Michael.
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