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Thread: [SOLVED] CLI GAL attribute proper syntax

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    dkbk is offline Senior Member
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    Default [SOLVED] CLI GAL attribute proper syntax

    Hi

    I'm trying to see if the following attributes are applied on my server and apply them if they are not :

    zimbraFeatureGalEnabled = true
    zimbraFeatureGalSyncEnabled = true

    I couldn't find specific documentation on how to apply these other than general zmprov syntax so I've tried :

    zmprov mcf attribute value
    zmprov md [domainname] attribute value

    That gave me the same error (LDAP error 65 - attribute not allowed) on both accounts.

    This is the first time I've had to go "outside the box" to do what I wanted so I'm a bit confused as to how this is applied.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    PS : my version is 5.16.

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    Would you mind telling what attribute you tried changing and how ?

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    Thanks for the feedback but I noticed these were COS attributes so I wasn't using the right command. Using mc instead of md fixed it.

    Thanks.

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