On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 12:09 PM, Tren Blackburn <t...@eotnetworks.com> wrote:
> I'm not certain there is a tool for that. You could write a script that pulls 
> out the ldap attribute you're looking for at a given interval and add 
> anything that is missing. Most likely you're going to need to do some 
> scripting here to get what you want.
> I am aware of an Inter7 Global Address Book, but have no idea what features 
> it offers.
> http://www.inter7.com/?page=globaladd
> Check it out, maybe it does what you need, or can be modified to suit your 
> needs.

John Simpson wrote an addition to vpopmail[1] which should enable you
to do just this, with a bit of scripting. You need to configure
vpopmail with onchange functionality (via the ./configure script
before compiling), and then create a script at ~vpopmail/etc/onchange
with the relevant logic to add a user's email address to ldap when you
add them using the standard vpopmail add user commands.

I believe john monitors this list, so he should be able to correct me
if the onchange functionality isn't capable of this.

Hope this helps,
   Daniel Llewellyn

[1] http://qmail.jms1.net/vpopmail/#onchange


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