Difference between revisions of "LDAP Address Book"

From AEGEE wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(LDAP Address book - first paragraph.)
 
(LDAP - enter text about Gnome Evolution)
Line 1: Line 1:
LDAP stands for [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightweight_Directory_Access_Protocol Lightweight Directory Access Protocol] and is directory of contacts.  The ldap server ldap.aegee.org (standard port 389, does require STARTTLS) offers the contact data of all bodies.  The same data is available over [[Calendars#Address Book over CardDAV|CardDAV]] and in https://my.aegee.eu/bodies.
+
LDAP stands for [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightweight_Directory_Access_Protocol Lightweight Directory Access Protocol] and is directory of contacts.  The ldap server ldap.aegee.org (standard port 389, does require STARTTLS) offers the contact data of all bodies.  The same data is available over [[Calendars#Address Book over CardDAV|CardDAV]] and in https://my.aegee.eu/bodies.  It can be setup as address book in different applications.
 +
 
 +
== Gnome Evolution ==
 +
Go to File → New → Address Book . Type: “On LDAP Servers”.
 +
 
 +
In the tab “Connecting to LDAP” enter as Server: ldap.aegee.org , Leave port: 389, Encryption: STARTTLS, Authentication Method: Anonymous, Username: empty.
 +
 
 +
In the tab “Using LDAP” enter as Search base “o=AEGEE". (The button ”Find Possible Search Bases“ does not work), Search scope: Subtree.

Revision as of 09:42, 4 September 2021

LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol and is directory of contacts. The ldap server ldap.aegee.org (standard port 389, does require STARTTLS) offers the contact data of all bodies. The same data is available over CardDAV and in https://my.aegee.eu/bodies. It can be setup as address book in different applications.

Gnome Evolution

Go to File → New → Address Book . Type: “On LDAP Servers”.

In the tab “Connecting to LDAP” enter as Server: ldap.aegee.org , Leave port: 389, Encryption: STARTTLS, Authentication Method: Anonymous, Username: empty.

In the tab “Using LDAP” enter as Search base “o=AEGEE". (The button ”Find Possible Search Bases“ does not work), Search scope: Subtree.