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From: Marco Rebsamen (mrebsamenunimatrix0.ch)
Date: Mon Aug 30 2010 - 14:46:26 CDT
Von: Victor Duchovni [mailto:Victor.Duchovnimorganstanley.com]
Gesendet: Montag, 30. August 2010 21:18
An: Marco Rebsamen
Betreff: Re: local_recipient_maps with LDAP
On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 08:50:33PM +0200, Marco Rebsamen wrote:
> Ok, I'm really confused about that LDAP lookup stuff :-/
> What I want to do is to check if an address to which a message is addressed really exists.
> I'm currently using this script for local receipient checks:
> bind_dn = jmhive.loc
> bind_pw = ****
> server_host = 192.168.8.254
> #Global Catalog port
> server_port = 3268
> search_base = DC=hive, DC=loc
> query_filter = proxyAddresses=smtp:*%uunimatrix0.ch
> result_attribute = proxyAddresses
What is that pesky "*" doing in your query filter!!!
It's a damn wildcard! I thought I would need it because when I tried to find the right parameters for this LDAP request I could not find find anything until I used this star!
Why is "proxyAddresses" the right result attribute. I would use "mail".
I don't know ?! Is it not ?! from where should I know that ?! Why do I need an email address as return anyway ?! I would say the address is already written in the message ? It makes no sense to me to return an email address.... maybe I just don't understand the whole thing and someone should tell me what I should do?!
Report problems accurately with supporting "postconf -n" output,
table definitions AND logs!
...same as above