Re: overloading cn= in the DIT

George Michaelson <G.Michaelson@cc.uq.oz.au> Sat, 18 July 1992 02:26 UTC

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To: Erik Skovgaard <eskovgaa@cue.bc.ca>
cc: osi-ds@cs.ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Re: overloading cn= in the DIT
In-reply-to: Your message of "17 Jul 92 08:49:00 MST." <1130*eskovgaa@cue.bc.ca>
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 92 11:32:31 +1000
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From: George Michaelson <G.Michaelson@cc.uq.oz.au>

  
  
  George,
  
  I don't see why "ordinary people" need to know about MTA names.
  Only an X.400 administrator needs to know about that and such a
  person should be trained appropriately.

ok. I agree entirely. now how do I deal with people who do

search cn=<string> and find a bunch of DSA and MTA get returned?

-George