Leander Schäfer wrote: > I'm trying to construct a ldap filter for my Dovecot/Postfix setup which acts > as the example pseudo code & result below: > > |return uidNumber OF objectClass=posixAccount IF they have a ou=mail AND the > mailAddress in this ou=mail IS EQUAL to test@Mydomain.TLD > || > # User-1, people, Mydomain.TLD > dn: uid=||User-1,ou=people,dc=MyDomain,dc=TLD > uidNumber: 2110 > > | > > More specific like this while %s holds e.g.: test@Mydomain.TLD: > > |search_base = dc=Mydomain,dc=TLD > query_filter = ( &(objectClass=posixAccount)(ou=mail)(mailAddress=%s) ) > result_attribute = uidNumber > | > > But obviously uidNumber is being hold by the posixAccount container one level > above - and therewith it won't display what I want. Unfortunately I couldn't > figure out how to get it work. My LDAP structure looks like this: > > => dc=MyDomain,dc=TLD > ==> ou=People > ===> uid=User-1 > ====> uidNumber=4035 > ====> ou=mail > =====> mailAddress=test@Mydomain.TLD > ===> uid=User-2 > > > Any help would be greatly apprecitated This won't work. Can you please explain why your data is so complicated? What's the rationale of having even a separate tree if mail address entries? Ciao, Michael.
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