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Thread: Zimbra internal and external LDAP authorization

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    borngunners is offline Advanced Member
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    I see Phoenix mention the following command:
    su - zimbra
    zmprov md domain.com zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal TRUE
    Does this command give you the opportunity to create password for accounts that are not or you don't want to have in your External LDAP have permission to login to zimbra?

    Please clarify for me, because I won't want every account to be in the LDAP especially if they are not being used to access my workstation.

    Thanks

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    hoahongdenH is offline Member
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    Hi all!
    "How to synchronize External Ldap with Internal Ldap ?" That is great question form admin_forum & everyone .! I have configed external LDAP for zimbra. But it have problem user mail in external ldap, he can't change password hiself .! I'm
    #cat information >> myinformation | solution_my_pb; echo "thask a lot!"
    ps: sorry for poor English

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    dalmate is offline Elite Member
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    sorry but now, I can't find that properties:
    zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal
    Did zimbra delete it?

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