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PS: The aim of my client's project is to have a central staff directory with all staff usernames and passwords, and group/role based authorization info controlled though a single Plone Web interface. For example, I have
set up to be qmailGroup objects in LDAP so that mailing lists can be
controlled through the web UI when using mail servers that understand the qmail schema. I am also using PAM LDAP to control access to apache 2 and subversion, and using LDAP to control authentication and authorization on
other remote Zope servers.


Just out of curiosity, why do you use PAM-LDAP with Apache as opposed to mod_auth_ldap?

jens

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