LDAP: kopano-contact and sendAsPrivilege
Steffen last edited by
I use OpenLDAP as user backend. I am currently experimenting with the kopano-contacts. I set up a contact info@<mydomain> and set sendAsPrivilege to steffen@<mydomain>.
It works that this contact appears in the gab and I could send mails with from address info@<mydomain>. That’s why I think I did the configuration right - at least almost. What does not work is the detail display of my kopano user: The field send-as is empty (kopano-cli -u steffen@<mydomain>).
When I want to see the details of the info contact and run “kopano-cli -u info@<mydomain>” i receive a mapi error:
Name: info@<mydomain> Full name: Info@<mydomain> Email address: info@<mydomain> Active: no Administrator: no Address Book: visible Features: imap; mobile; outlook; webapp Current user store quota settings: Quota overrides: no Warning level: unlimited Soft level: unlimited Hard level: unlimited MAPI error 8004010F (MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND)
Ok, info@<mydomain> is not a user. But this behavior isn’t satisfactory. Is there a better way for the sendAsPrivilege for kopano-contacts?
This is my ldap.cfg:
ldap_user_type_attribute_value = kopano-user ldap_user_search_filter = (|(kopanoAccount=1)(objectClass=kopano-contact)) ldap_user_unique_attribute = mail ldap_fullname_attribute = displayName ldap_loginname_attribute = mail
I use the kopanoAccount attribute to differentiate other users as other systems are managed with this ldap tree, too.