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    Has anybody noted that since the upgrade (6.0.7.1) that ldap no longer responds on port 389?

    I have (Had) SeaMonkey setup to pull against my OSE zimbra install for address book info. Specifics below:

    LDAP name: my.server.name
    Hostname: my.server.name
    BaseDN: Left Blank
    Port number: 389
    Bind DN: uid=support,ou=people,dc=server.name,dc=com

    Even doing a telnet on my server's IP address to port 389 is immediately refused.

    zmlocalconfig shows:

    ldap_master_url = ldap://my.domain.com:389
    ldap_port = 389
    ldap_url = ldap://my.domain.com:389

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    Quote Originally Posted by lytledd View Post
    [FONT="Arial"][FONT="Courier New"]Has anybody noted that since the upgrade (6.0.7.1) that ldap no longer responds on port 389?
    Read the Release Notes about Anonymous access to LDAP.
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    Okay, I see that they've disabled anonymous binds beginning in the 6.x series, unless it's an upgrade.

    The command that they've given to re-enable it is:

    zmldapanon -e

    This doens't work for me. I wanted to re-enable, just to make sure it was working, then I'd look up what I needed to do to send credentials. After thinking about this for a bit, it came to me that I'm not doing anonymous binds, I'm specifying my username (support) and domain on the bind line.

    Digging more into it on the wiki

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