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I really don't understand because the exact same configuration works on another LDAP-server, however with another LDAP-version (no new stupid syntax).
I don't think it's a matter of ldap version, or because of the new syntax.
If the exact same configuration works in the old ldap server, then copy over the working slapd.conf and use it with the new server.
There are 4 results (I deleted them in my output).
So there are results to be shown, but the user "cn=U101001,ou=101001,dc=mydomain" - for some reason - has no rights...
I've already told you that somehow the user has no search rights under that DN. Since there are entries under it, double check the ACLs and also make sure that this user belongs to the group cn=tbook1,ou=gebruikers,ou=101001,dc=mydomain".
Other than that I don't know what else you have to check.