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    jgao is offline Senior Member
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    Default configuration file?

    After the installation, TLS authentication only is checked by default, and the Maximum message size is 10000kb by default. Where is conf file(s) for these settings?


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    marcmac is offline Expert Member
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    Default ldap

    The settings in the admin console are stored in ldap - and should be changed via the admin console.

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    jgao is offline Senior Member
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    Default Better ways to modify LDAP settings?

    If TLS and Max mail size are not covered by soap api, I have to modify programatically the settings directly in LDAP.

    Any suggestion on
    where the atrributes?
    which objectClass to use?


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    You can set them in the admin console (admin UI), which talks SOAP to our backend. So you shoudn't need to edit LDAP directly.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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