Tim Rice | 15 Oct 22:08 2009
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freeradius module


Has anyone built a freeradius module for LAM?

Thanks.

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Maciek Filocha | 28 Oct 10:08 2009
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Unicode strings in the name filter

Hello,

I'm trying to search using "Filter" person having non plain-ascii 
characters in its last name. As a result, I got all users listed instead 
of only one.

Kind regards,

Maciek

LAM 2.7.0
Apache/2.2.11 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8k PHP/5.2.11-pl0-gentoo

Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; pl; rv:1.9.0.14) 
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Olaf Zevenboom | 28 Oct 18:17 2009
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LAM & IMAP?

Dear List,

Recently I stumbled upon this project installed it (dpkg -i stable 2.7 
packages) and found it promising. It seems to be working nicely, however 
some questions did come up:

1. In various docs inc. the Samba ones one is advised to use the 
smbldap-populate script. That one does not include ou=Domain or 
something similar.
I changed LAMs config to meet what had been configured for 
smbldap-polulate and was left with the suggestion to add the ou=Domain 
from LAN. So I did. Eventually I ended up with 2 domains by the same 
name in OpenLDAP. This caused auth issues obviously. So I renamed one 
from MYDOMAIN to MYDOMAIN2 which gives me a workable environment but 
isn't very neat.

Maybe this can be mentioned (preferably with a better solution) in the docs?

2. I have been puzzling about IMAP and wetter it is supported by LAM or not.
If I look at the userinterface I think it is. When taking a look at 
support account types 
(http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/supportedTypes ) there is a 
change it is supported. When I take a peak at the german howto 
(http://lam.sourceforge.net/documentation/lam_de.pdf ) it looks like 
the, by me, desired connection with Cyrus IMAP can be made.
The good news is that sasltestd -s IMAP works fine. After I added the 
user cyrus to the sasldb I can start cyradm and fail to see any 
mailboxes. So it seems I can auth, but no mailboxes.
However I also failed to see where in the code where IMAP accounts can 
be made or rights on private and shared mailboxes can be managed. Even 
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Roland Gruber | 28 Oct 19:52 2009
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LDAP Account Manager 2.8.0 released


LDAP Account Manager (LAM) 2.8.0 - October 28th, 2009
=====================================================

LAM is a web frontend for managing accounts stored in an LDAP directory.

Announcement:
-------------

This release makes LAM compatible with PHP 5.3. It also allows you to
hide unneeded input fields on the account pages. There is now a separate
button on the account pages where you can set all passwords (e.g. Unix,
Samba) at the same time.

Full changelog:

http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/changelog

Features:
---------

* management of Unix user and group accounts (posixAccount/posixGroup)
* management of Samba 3 user and host accounts
  (sambaAccount/sambaSamAccount)
* management of Kolab 2 accounts (kolabInetorgPerson)
* profiles for account creation
* account creation via file upload
* automatic creation/deletion of home directories
* setting quotas
* PDF output for all accounts
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Roland Gruber | 28 Oct 20:01 2009
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Re: Unicode strings in the name filter


Hi Maciek,

Maciek Filocha schrieb:
> I'm trying to search using "Filter" person having non plain-ascii 
> characters in its last name. As a result, I got all users listed instead 
> of only one.

can you write the filter you entered and the attribute value that should
match it?

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Roland Gruber | 28 Oct 20:14 2009
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Re: LAM & IMAP?


Hi Olaf,

Olaf Zevenboom schrieb:
> 1. In various docs inc. the Samba ones one is advised to use the 
> smbldap-populate script. That one does not include ou=Domain or 
> something similar.
> I changed LAMs config to meet what had been configured for 
> smbldap-polulate and was left with the suggestion to add the ou=Domain 
> from LAN. So I did. Eventually I ended up with 2 domains by the same 
> name in OpenLDAP. This caused auth issues obviously. So I renamed one 
> from MYDOMAIN to MYDOMAIN2 which gives me a workable environment but 
> isn't very neat.
> 
> Maybe this can be mentioned (preferably with a better solution) in the docs?

thanks for the feedback. LAM 2.9.0 will use the LDAP root as default for
new server profiles. This should reduce such problems.
Of course, you can change the LDAP suffix for Samba domains in LAM at
any time. Just remove the "ou=domain".

> 2. I have been puzzling about IMAP and wetter it is supported by LAM or not.
> If I look at the userinterface I think it is. When taking a look at 
> support account types 
> (http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/supportedTypes ) there is a 
> change it is supported. When I take a peak at the german howto 
> (http://lam.sourceforge.net/documentation/lam_de.pdf ) it looks like 
> the, by me, desired connection with Cyrus IMAP can be made.
> The good news is that sasltestd -s IMAP works fine. After I added the 
> user cyrus to the sasldb I can start cyradm and fail to see any 
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Tim Bates | 28 Oct 23:32 2009
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Re: LDAP Account Manager 2.8.0 released

Roland Gruber wrote:
> It also allows you to
> hide unneeded input fields on the account pages. There is now a separate
> button on the account pages where you can set all passwords (e.g. Unix,
> Samba) at the same time.
Very nice. 2 fantastic new features there.
I hope I'll be giving it a try later today...

TB

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Tim Bates | 29 Oct 00:57 2009
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Re: LDAP Account Manager 2.8.0 released

Tim Bates wrote:
> Roland Gruber wrote:
>   
>> It also allows you to
>> hide unneeded input fields on the account pages. There is now a separate
>> button on the account pages where you can set all passwords (e.g. Unix,
>> Samba) at the same time.
>>     
> Very nice. 2 fantastic new features there.
> I hope I'll be giving it a try later today...
>   
Seems to do what it says on the box  ;-)

Just one question - Do you think it would be a good idea to have a 
password change icon in the left column where the edit, delete and PDF 
icons are? We reset passwords far more often than we do other edits.

TB

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Vasiliy P. Melnik | 29 Oct 08:24 2009
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Re: LDAP Account Manager 2.8.0 released

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 07:52:09PM +0100, Roland Gruber wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> Hash: SHA1
> 
> 
> LDAP Account Manager (LAM) 2.8.0 - October 28th, 2009
> =====================================================
> 
> LAM is a web frontend for managing accounts stored in an LDAP directory.
> 
> 
> Announcement:
> - -------------
> 
> This release makes LAM compatible with PHP 5.3. It also allows you to
> hide unneeded input fields on the account pages. There is now a separate
> button on the account pages where you can set all passwords (e.g. Unix,
> Samba) at the same time.

password does not removed wneh I click on button Remove Password on Unix
page

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Roland Gruber | 30 Oct 18:02 2009
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Re: LDAP Account Manager 2.8.0 released


Hi Tim,

Tim Bates schrieb:
> Just one question - Do you think it would be a good idea to have a 
> password change icon in the left column where the edit, delete and PDF 
> icons are? We reset passwords far more often than we do other edits.

this feature already exists but you will need LAM Pro. :)

You can try this with the demo installation (stable release):

http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/liveDemo

LAM Pro also features multiple security levels: write access, password
changes only and read access.

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