Hello, all. We were very much hoping to use 389 (actually CentOS
Directory Server) as the GAL for our multi-tenant Zimbra installation.
However, it just doesn't seem to give us the flexibility we need. Users
really want to manipulate the data through their Zimbra mail interface.
However, we'd still like to get the data into the directory so other
applications can use it.
The Zimbra address books are stored in MySQL. We've heard of the
ability to get OpenLDAP to read a MySQL database to resolve queries (I
believe something like
Is there any way to do this with 389? Thanks - John