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    Quote Originally Posted by dljordaneku View Post
    I don't seem to have a zimbraAdmin folder.

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    Never mind I realized that I have to put it there with his file My next question is though how to get Joomla to auth against Zimbra. I know it's with the ldap plugin but what settings?

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    Sorry, you will need to create one.
    BTW Ron has been in touch and agreed that I can include his code with mine, so the installation process will be simplified soon.
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    I went back and check the audit.log and it looks like that no matter what I put in the login box it shows that it tried with one of our admin accounts we have setup to login with.

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    Here is the listing from the audit.log

    Code:
    2008-05-07 13:23:32,453 INFO  [http-7071-Processor48]
    [ip=192.168.110.249;] security - cmd=AdminAuth;
    account=admin@domin.com;
    We are testing on an internal network box and have access to the Zimbra LDAP from there. That it the only I am seeing from the log when I try to login using Joomla.

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    I'm having trouble with my test system. I'm getting HTTP 500 Internal Server error when I use the ldap plugin. What plugin parameters are you using?
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    "I pity the fool...." that tries to use the Joomla LDAP interface without installing the php-ldap package, but that fool was me!

    Anyway, I should be able to run some tests later but I would still like to know your ldap plugin parameters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardcwgate View Post
    "I pity the fool...." that tries to use the Joomla LDAP interface without installing the php-ldap package, but that fool was me!

    Anyway, I should be able to run some tests later but I would still like to know your ldap plugin parameters.
    is there one other than the one the Joomla 1.5 installs?

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    The Joomla authentication ldap plugin calls an interface class that is part of the Joomla install. This is wriiten in PHP and uses the PHP extension (the php-ldap package) that interfaces to ladp (the openldap package). Without php-ldap installed it all falls down. That was the problem on my test system.

    Anyway, can you give me you ldap plugin parameters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardcwgate View Post
    The Joomla authentication ldap plugin calls an interface class that is part of the Joomla install. This is wriiten in PHP and uses the PHP extension (the php-ldap package) that interfaces to ladp (the openldap package). Without php-ldap installed it all falls down. That was the problem on my test system.

    Anyway, can you give me you ldap plugin parameters?
    Ok. I guess my question is there another plugin or module I have to install? If so where do I find it? Which parameters are you asking for and I guess what for since it's not working

    Host : domain
    Port 389

    LDAP V3 No
    Negotiate TLS No
    Follow referrals No

    Authorization Method bind directly as user
    Base DN ou=people,dc=domain,dc=domain,dc=domain
    Search String uid=[search]
    Users DN uid=[username],ou=people,dc=domain,dc=domain,dc=domain

    Connect username blank
    Connect password blank

    Map: Full Name displayName
    Map: E-mail mail
    Map: User ID uid

    This is how I have it currently but I have changed it several times hoping it's just a setting somewhere.


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    ps the names have been changed to protect the innocent.

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    I was playing around with the settings and got this entry on the audit.log file. What is this telling me?

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    2008-05-08 10:14:09,185 INFO [http-7071-Processor47]
    [ip=192.168.110.249;] security - cmd=AdminAuth;
    account=admin@domain;
    2008-05-08 10:14:09,189 INFO [http-7071-Processor47]
    [ip=192.168.110.249;] security - cmd=Auth;
    account=admin@domain; protocol=soap;

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