Is it possible for sasl to read subtrees of different nodes in
jimjohnlists at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 13 17:12:23 EDT 2006
I am using openldap-2.2.28-r3 with gentoo. The base is read as
Then I get the mail node as
mail=jimjohn at domain1.com
I want to replace emDomainName with a generic objectClass=domain so I can search across domains instead of one domain. But sasl can't seem to find anything if I replace emDomainName in the saslauthd.conf file.
Alexey Melnikov <alexey.melnikov at isode.com> wrote: Jim John wrote:
> My ldap is structured
> It seems to be working find if I search Domain1 as the base, but I
> can't search domain2. When I use emDomainName=Domain1, I can validate
> User1 and User2. When I use something generic such as
> emObjectClass=emDomain, I can't get any users to validate. I get a
> user not found in the logs. So I was wondering if Sasl can search
> nodes and subtrees similar to other Ldap programs.
How are you using SASL with LDAP?
Which LDAP server are you using?
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