ldap.conf - Proxmox Mail Gateway LDAP Configuration
The file /etc/pmg/ldap.conf contains the LDAP configuration.
The file is divided into a section for each LDAP profile. Each section has the following format:
ldap: NAME OPTION value ...
Blank lines in the file separates sections, and lines starting with a # character are treated as comments and are also ignored.
- accountattr: <string> (default = sAMAccountName, uid)
Account attribute name name.
- basedn: <string>
Base domain name.
- binddn: <string>
Bind domain name.
- bindpw: <string>
- cafile: <string>
Path to CA file. Only useful with option verify
- comment: <string>
- disable: <boolean>
Flag to disable/deactivate the entry.
- filter: <string>
- groupbasedn: <string>
Base domain name for groups.
- groupclass: <string> (default = group, univentionGroup, ipausergroup)
List of objectclasses for groups.
- mailattr: <string> (default = mail, userPrincipalName, proxyAddresses, othermailbox, mailAlternativeAddress)
List of mail attribute names.
- mode: <ldap | ldap+starttls | ldaps> (default = ldap)
LDAP protocol mode (ldap, ldaps or ldap+starttls).
- port: <integer> (1 - 65535)
Specify the port to connect to.
- profile: <string>
- server1: <string>
- server2: <string>
Fallback server address. Userd when the first server is not available.
- verify: <boolean> (default = 0)
Verify server certificate. Only useful with ldaps or ldap+starttls.
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