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    Default [SOLVED] setting to allow local authentication for one user, while others use externa

    I suspect my question is better suited for the Jetty mailing list, but I figure it's worth a shot here.

    Is there such a way to do "split ldap authentication"? I'd like to do is disable a user's ldap account, yet somehow have the Zimbra account authenticate locally, while all other accounts.

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    I have not tried it, but in my notes I have the following written as the answer to this question:
    zmprov md domain.com zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal TRUE

    This would only work if the user didn't exist in LDAP. I don't know of a way to override the authentication for a user.

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    Thanks, that "just worked" -- without having to restart anything.

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