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    undertoe is offline Loyal Member
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    Default [SOLVED] external LDAP auth Question

    Say I have external ldap auth turned on to a domain and I want to create some
    users for printers and reports servers to send out mail but our external ldap auth does not have an account for them. Does zimbra fall back to the account password if a user is not present in the external ldap auth?


    example:

    user@domain.com = has external ldap username and password

    printers@domain.com = does not have an external ldap account at all
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    You need to check if zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal is set correctly.
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    Thanks, that did the trick
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