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    Default GAL and LDAP Search Base Question

    Is it possible to have more then one OU for the LDAP search base?

    For example our staff our in different OU's in Active Directory. We want to be able to pull in GAL information from the Teachers and Technicians OU's.

    I am able to pull in one or another but not both is this possible?

    Thanks in advance,

    Lee Gordon

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    I too am interested in doing the same thing. My exchange hosts multiple organizations and i would only like to sync specific OU's if i find any more info or new insights i will post to this thread as well

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    after getting it to work, i believe you can by creating multiple data sources under the same domain in zimbra and pointing each datasource to a different OU in exchange. in theory what should happen is contents of both OU's will display in the GAL

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