Re: immutable, permanent DNs @ Stanford

Jeff.Hodges@stanford.edu Sat, 10 January 1998 00:05 UTC

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Subject: Re: immutable, permanent DNs @ Stanford
To: Alexis Bor <alexis.bor@directoryworks.com>
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> In the example you reference the documentatoin on modifying the Netscape
> Communicator for LDAP.  
> 
> Has anyone come across similar instructions for Microsoft products, such
> as Outlook 98 or Outlook Express, as well as Internet Explorer?

I spent about .5 hr yesterday evening pokin' about IE 4.0 (actually: 4.72.2106.8) et al, and even though Outlook Express's help indicates that one can configure in LDAP-based directory services other than those it is shipped with, I couln't find it. 

so, they claim some minimal level of configuration. Dunno about the level Communicator has.

Jeff