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From: Todd Lyons (toddmrball.net)
Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 00:06:52 CST
Vincent Danen wanted us to know:
>> Maybe you could do something on Qmail and LDAP?
>integration, although I think Todd may have written something about it
Yeah, check out
I don't cover secure replication, but if you're doing replication right
now that's plaintext, you need only add "tls=critical" and it will start
working (uses start_tls which connects to the plain text port (389) then
issues a "STARTTLS" command which then initiates a TLS connection).
The preferred way is to use SASL and Kerberos, but that's a pretty
complicated configuration and Turbo Fredericksson has a great howto on
that (somewhere on www.bayour.com), called LDAP-v3 howto.
There's also a LOT of LDAP reference material at:
About halfway down the page is a series of LDAP links. The first one is
where the meat of it is, but there's a few other good ones.
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