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    J-M Roth commented  · 

    In fact I consider this a bug, but since support does not we'll need to look at it as "improvement" ;-)

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    Hello,

    Thank you for sharing your idea with us to allow MDaemon to authenticate to an LDAP database. If you’re LDAP database happens to be Active Directory you can already do this.

    Your request to allow MDaemon to authenticate with other 3rd party LDAP databases will be considered for future versions.

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    J-M Roth commented  · 

    Hi, Are there any news concerning this feature? I am still wondering why something complex as AD authentication is implemented, and something so easy (and platform-independent) as an LDAP bind to verify user credentials is missing.
    Thanks.

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    J-M Roth commented  · 

    BTW you are mixing Active Directory and LDAP all over the place in the admin interface, that should really be streamlined. I guess you mean the LDAP interface to AD all the time, so you should either call it 1) LDAP 2) AD or simply 3) the "directory (server)".

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    J-M Roth commented  · 

    Hi Arron,

    How can we do this? Binding against an LDAP server is always the same LDAP protocol, no matter whether the underlying directory is ActiveDirectory or anything else I suppose...

    Thanks.

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    Hello,

    Thanks again for sharing your ideas with us. In the current version of MDaemon you can configure a list to have a Group as a member. Does that accomplish what you are trying to do?

    To add a Group as a member of a list you can click the Add button on the members tab and then click the bottom to the right of the Email field. Then select the desired groups and click OK. You can also just type GROUP:$GROUPNAME$ in the Email field, where $GROUPNAME$ is the name of the group.

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    J-M Roth commented  · 

    Thanks for the hint!

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