LDAP is light directory application protocol (AFAIR)
There are a number of tutorials on www.linuxworld.com and I've been
trying to get my head around it for ages here.. that's something I'd
love to see someone speak about at LAID..
I did get the server working and imported /etc/passwd so people could
use it to look up names through netscape mail and outlook express which
was very handy, but then I had something else to do..
Rob Hill wrote:
>> hi -
> does anyone use imp? and if so, what's the story with the address 'book'?
> or 'contacts' as it seems to be called...it just seems to call up an LDAP
> search of things like Bigfoot and rour 11 etc....
> what's the story there? I'm lost on that one..., and I'm not really up on
> LDAP either....(/me duh)
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