Reply to Mapping trees populated

Kevin Jordan <Kevin.E.Jordan@cdc.com> Wed, 01 February 1995 14:30 UTC

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> I can't find the ou=X.400/RFC 822 Mapping subtree ?
> 
> Dish -> squid
> Connected to @cn=Alpaca at '0101'H/Internet=38.8.25.2+17007
> Current position: @o=Internet
> User name: @c=GB@o=NeXor Ltd@cn=Peter Cowen
> Current sequence: default

I think that the problem is access control.  I suspect that the ACL is
set such that you can't read the entry or its children.  I will correct
this as soon as I can.  Unfortunately, Alpaca holds the master copy of the
entry, and I have been unable to contact Alpaca for two days, so I have not
been able to make any changes yet.