On 08/07/2014 05:28, Adam Goryachev wrote:
I've been messing with LDAP for the past couple of days, and
various online tutorials on how to create an addressbook for Thunderbird
However, thunderbird doesn't seem to have any smart way to show
I think you'll find that Thunderbird's address book has no concept of
groups at all. But you could use an attribute like employeeType (from
the inetOrgPerson objectClass) instead, and TB can make use of that.
Have a dig around in TB's about:config editor and look at all the
'attrmap' options - you'll find that all the fields in a TB address book
entry can be mapped to LDAP attributes however you see fit.
Unfortunately they can't be mapped to search filters, so you can't
really do anything useful with memberOf.
Liam Gretton liam.gretton(a)le.ac.uk
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