>>> I've been running slapd with "-h
ldaps:///" so that it
>>> takes SSL/TLS connections on port 636. This has worked
>>> with most clients (Outlook, Seamonkey, Thunderbird) but
>>> does not work for Evolution. I don't know why not, but
>>> Evolution seems to insist on using port 389 for secure
>> Evo will connect to port 636 ok, *if* you specify
>> 'the_host:636' in your
>> connection box. It works out that this is ssl for itself.
> But where do you put in your password?
Darn it, you forced me to start up Evo and I'd rather not.
The password goes in my IMAP incoming mail tab under
authentication types, tick off remember password.
Oh. if you mean the password for LDAP, does this help? It's
been so long since I did it, that ... this is for Evo 2.8.3.
Heh - yes, the LDAP server is distinct from the IMAP server, and
requires a different password. I can't find anywhere to enter it in the
"LDAP Address Book" config, nor does Evo ask me for it. I have filed a
Debian bug about this in the hope that someone will either fix it or
Ho hum. Apologies for interrupting the discussion of unique UUIDs ...
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