• Subject: Re: LDAP and MS Outlook Express
  • From: "Walter Scanlan" <wscanlan@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 May 2001 09:01:30 -0500


Nathan,
     I think you answered your own question.  You stated that LDAP requests
work fine from the local subnet.  Assuming you are using Outlook Express I
would suggest looking at your network.  Are other client/server
communications affected when accessed from a remote subnet?

Walter Scanlan
Advisory Software Engineer
Domino for AS/400 Team Leader
Phone 507-286-6088
Fax  507-286-5028
Internet wscanlan@us.ibm.com


                                                                                
                                          
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Hi,

This may be nothing to do with Outlook Express and it may be just our slow
communications link but anyway.

I have setup our LDAP server on our 4.6 Domino server to have a wait time
of
0 (no timeout).

Is anyone using LDAP on their Domino Server with Outlook Express. When I
type in a name it says can't find the person.

I have changed the timeout to 1 minute but still nothing, occasionally I
get
a response. I mean 1 out of 20 tries.

It works fine on the local subnet but we need it to work everywhere.

Does anyone know of a way to make the search wait forever in Outlook
Express?

TIA

Nathan Simpson

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