Corporate LDAP server?


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Welcome!


The challenge is to make a shared address-phone book organization.

The book is basically need for information on customer contacts. Therefore, it is necessary to provide support for the partitioning of contacts into groups.

Reading.
  • 1. Mailers such as Thunderbird, Evolution, MS Outlook
  • 2. IP phone Linksys SPA922 (with firmware that supports LDAP)

Entry.

To add, edit and delete preferably via a web front-end.


Begs OpenLDAP with phpldapadmin or sharepoint. Accordingly questions:


1. Some of You were allowed to OpenLDAP such a "zoo" of customers? What scheme did You use?

In General, if not difficult, share your experiences using the book.

2. Sharepoint in General is able to give the contacts in LDAP? Honestly, on the first page of issue of this request did not go, but on the first page the answer is not found.


Thanks in advance.
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>> To add, modify and delete preferably via a web front-end.
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Yes, in SharePoint, but only to change and in SharePoint Server only. There can be quite fine-grained mapping of AD on the profiles of SHP.
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Adding and removing only through HELL.
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Implement OpenLDAP+phpldapadmin. Thunderbird, Outlook — working, generally there is a suspicion that postmen know how to work with LDAP)
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Phones LinkSys SPA942/962 — works, but... uncomfortable there search via LDAP ((
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