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Re: LDAP as userdatabase for UNIX & W2k

On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 03:52:33PM +0200, Pascal Pucci wrote:
> Why do you want migrate to ldap ? (I haven't any comparaison ldap/Mysql, I am very interresting to have some information about an ISP on Mysql (practice of))
My point is that it might making things easier, if all configuration were
stored one place (instead of 5 different databases).
> > Would it be wise to use ldap as global configuration database, where
> > users/domains etc. are in relations with each other in ldap?
> for ldap/cyrus/postfix/apache/proftpd : (maybe)
> http://www.ispman.org/about.php3
> http://www.linuxfocus.org/English/September2000/article173.shtml
> http://www.moongroup.com/docs/exchange-replacement-howto/
Okays, I'll read on, thnx

> For mails, it exists too a ldap/courier-imap/exim solution

Paul Fleischer / ProGuy

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