Evo ldap backend was nothing but, openldap patched ntlm. But there was
no update to it, as most distros patch OpenLDAP with ntlm and ship it.

On Thu, 2008-05-15 at 17:12 +0200, Free Ekanayaka wrote:
> Hi all,
> has anybody used the evoldap backend to set up a default LDAP
> address book?
> The LDAP backend for evolution mail accounts works great, I just
> followed the instructions here:
> http://live.gnome.org/Evolution_2fGConfLDAPBackend
> and everything worked as expected.
> However I was not able to set a default LDAP address book. I have
> tweaked /etc/gconf/2/evoldap.conf in various ways, and I can make it
> set the /apps/evolution/addressbook/sources variable with the values
> I want, got from an LDAP query. However evolution keeps overwriting the
> variable with its own default values.
> It feels like something wrong with the $(EVOLUTION_UID) value that the
> evoldap backend uses to set the variable.
I have no idea about the gconf-ldap backend.


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