Thunderbird - Add LDAP to Address Book
To import the Adams State College LDAP directory into your Mozilla Thunderbird profile, open Thunderbird and do the following:
Click on: Address Book.
Once your Address Book opens, click: File>New>LDAP Directory
A window will open that looks like the following:
At this point, enter the following data into the corresponding field:
Name: whatever you would like to name your new LDAP directory.
Base DN: ou=people,dc=adams,dc=edu
Port number: 389
Bind DN: LEAVE BLANK
Use secure connection (SSL):UNCHECK
Close Address book. From the main screen, click: Tools>Account Settings
The following will open:
Click: Composition and Addressing.
Under Addressing, choose, "Use a different LDAP Server" and select the LDAP server you just created.
That's it! Test it by trying to create a new message. In the "To:" field, start typing a name, and a list of everyone in the directory will appear.
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