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Old 05-29-2006, 09:34 PM   #1
Niceman2005
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Can we point to a specific LDAP base in squirrelmail just like in a thunderbird


Dear friends,

In a thunderbird client software, we can point to a specific ldap base in the section "Composition & Addressing" -> Use different LDAP -> then set base DN = bla bla bla.

BUt if my clients use squirrelmail, is there a possiblity of doing so?
I tried to check in config/config.pl but it only allow to set the LDAP server host, thats useless if for my case I have many ldap servers and I want a certain domain users to point to a specific ldap server...

I tried to check in functions/abook_ldap_server.php & functions/addressbook.php but there isn't any area that allow to set base DN.

any idea how to do it? thanks a lot for taking time reading my thread..million thanks..

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