[TriLUG] ldap authentication from Active directory or NTDS
turnpike420 at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 15 13:53:30 EST 2004
All my corporate environments have incorporated Exchange as well, and in
general, it does work pretty well. Backup Exec even restored an individual's
mailbox in the middle of the workday beautifully (dumby deleted her entire
Inbox and didn't have saved mail folders). SuSE is supposed to be a comparable
substitute, but I've never come close to trying to use it. Ever since I
started hosting at home, I started with sendmail and moved to postfix. To
relate it to the subject at hand... if you had ADS as your central auth, had
the SFU, had the auth changes on your linux box that hosts postfix, the same
would hold true of squirrelmail logins authenticating to the ADS users correct?
(just a silly curious question) It won't help me here in this exchange
--- Magnus Hedemark <chrish at trilug.org> wrote:
> Well it is something I stepped in; this is a network of someone else's
> design that I'm just helping out with.
> To be honest, I don't know of any groupware product on Linux that holds a
> candle to Exchange. Exchange sometimes does some really goofy shit that
> makes you scratch your head and wonder WHAT THE HELL were they thinking.
> So when you see things like the winmail.dat attachments, it's a real
> annoyance. But when it is set up right it works pretty well.
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