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Old 04-15-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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courier-mta ldap and wk03. can it be done?


So I am tasked to set up ldap authentication to a Windows 2003 server from a CentOS 5.1 server. The current mail system on the CentOS box is courier-mta, I have search far and wide and can not find anything of real value on how to set this up. Is it possible to have courier + ldap to W2k3 authentication? Will also need to pass emails through aliases as well.



Any recommendation on what mail software to use if this isn't possible? Im not even sure I know what I'm talking about so PLEASE ask me questions to point me in the right direction.

CentOS
uname 2.6.18-53.1.14.el5

W2k03 Win Srvr 03 Std Ed SP 2.0 using Active directory.

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