X.500 clients on Mac and PC

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Subject: X.500 clients on Mac and PC

I'm investigating the existence of X.500 clients for the Mac and PCs.

For the Mac, I've discovered something named maX.500/DIXIE.
Can anyone tell me what DIXIE is?  I'm assuming it's a "client
gateway" that speaks the DAP to a given server, and provides some
lighter-weight protocol to the actual Mac client.  True?

For the PCs, any packages out there?