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    Default I need to access to zimbra LDAP

    I install Liferay Portal and i need to access to zimbra LDAP
    how can i proceed ?

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    Depends what you want to access it for, you can access it by anonymous bind.
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    exactely i want to (re)use zimbra acount at liferay
    but at first i prefer to explor zimbra LDAP by :JXplorer but i need some information like
    protocol used by zimbra : LDAP v3? LDAP v2? or DSML v2?
    base DN :?
    niveau :anonyme ? or user+passwd ............?
    mot de passe : ? ( I DID NOT CHAGE IT IN INSTALLATION OF ZIMBRA SO I DID NOT KNOW IT )

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    You don't need a password, use anonymous bind. Just point jexplorer to your zimbra server on port 389 - you shouldn't need anymore than that. If jexplorer doesn't work then try using a product called LUMA, it's an LDAP browser and google should find it for you.
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    when i try to connect to zimbra LDAP via: JXplorer
    it send a error message:
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    Error opening connection:
    error pre-initialising SSL for JNDI connection: java.io.IOException: Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect
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    i will try LUMA and i will contact you
    thanks

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    That would suggest to me that you're trying an LDAPS connection, plain old LDAP on 389 should do it.
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    i am sorry but also with LUMA it does'nt work :
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    LDAP bind operation not succeful. Reason:
    {"desc': "Can't contact LDAP server"}
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    what can i do ??

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    Are you running this on the Zimbra server or from a client? Is there a firewall in front of Zimbra? Can you 'telnet zimbraserver 389' and get a response? All I can say is that LUMA works for me without problem and anonymous bind.
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    i try the 2 choice but no sucess
    #telnet zimbraserver 389
    connected to zimbraserver...

    that's all

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    Is this what you see:
    Code:
    telnet 192.168.1.15 389
    Trying 192.168.1.15...
    Connected to 192.168.1.15.
    Escape character is '^]'
    (obviously with your own servername or IP in there)?

    On the Luma Server Settings page: Network Options your server IP, Port 389 and No Encryption; Authentication Anonymous Bind; LDAP Options Use base DNs provided by Server. That's all I have set in my copy of Luma and I can connect to the Zimbra LDAP without problems.

    You didn't answer my other questions.
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