----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Bowe" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Tom Collins" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > On Friday, December 5, 2003, at 10:23  AM, Oscar Retana M. wrote:
> > > I've found several bugs in vldap.c module. Who should I contact to
> > > report the bugs... and the solutions :)
> >
> > Please post patches to SourceForge <http://vpopmail.sf.net/>.
> >
> > Make sure they're against the latest development version.  As far as I
> > know, we don't have an active maintainer for LDAP.  Michael Bowe has
> > looked at it a bit, but I don't think any of the current developers
> > have an LDAP setup to test with.
> Yes, I have done some assorted minor work with the LDAP module,
> making sure it compiles successfully etc.
> I recently tried to get a working vpopmail/LDAP install going on my
> test machine, but I found the LDAP config all a bit bewildering. :-/
> The README.ldap file that comes with the vpopmail source had
> some information, but it wasnt sufficiently clear enough for an LDAP
> beginner like me.
> I would really LOVE for someone who has got the LDAP module
> up and running to type up a quick step-by-step guide showing
> how they did it. We could then use this as a basis for getting
> the README.ldap guide up to date.
> I have been working on getting the various README files up to
> date before vpopmail-5.3.x gets marked as 5.4-stable. It seems
> that quite a few people are using the LDAP module, so it would be
> great if we could get the docs up to speed before 5.4.

This weekend I have spent some time tinkering with vpopmail+ldap, and at
last have successfully got it going  :-)

I have located quite a few pieces of code that need to be updated

I am currently in the process of producing documentation along with a set of
patches, so that we can ensure the LDAP module is "good to go" for the
upcoming 5.4 release


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