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If your TUTOS (i.e the PHP behind) supports LDAP, then you can search and use LDAP directories. The LDAP Module allows to search and import LDAP entries into the TUTOS [[addresses|addressbook]].
 
If your TUTOS (i.e the PHP behind) supports LDAP, then you can search and use LDAP directories. The LDAP Module allows to search and import LDAP entries into the TUTOS [[addresses|addressbook]].
  
  
 
Looak at [[admin_ldap|this]] article to learn how to install and admin the ldap module.
 
Looak at [[admin_ldap|this]] article to learn how to install and admin the ldap module.

Latest revision as of 19:51, 9 December 2010

If your TUTOS (i.e the PHP behind) supports LDAP, then you can search and use LDAP directories. The LDAP Module allows to search and import LDAP entries into the TUTOS addressbook.


Looak at this article to learn how to install and admin the ldap module.