John J. LeMay Jr.
jlemay at njmc.com
Wed Sep 15 18:02:18 GMT 1999
Actually, the two are quite tightly integrated for obvious reasons, as is
the rest of MS BackOffice. Exchange relies on NT to provide user
validation, but adds an additional layer of security above and beyond
that. This isn't Sendmail, folks!
On Thu, 16 Sep 1999, Francesc Guasch wrote:
> "Nelson, John P." wrote:
> > >I have a MS Exchange server. I'd like to install a samba server
> > >for the users.
> > >
> > >Does someone know if MS Exchange can validate users in samba ?
> > One of us is confused.
> > MS Exchange is a mail server, nothing more. Samba provides mail and print
> > services. I'm not sure what one has to do with the other. MS Exchange
> > doesn't "validate users": it's just a mail server. The NT system that the
> > MS Exchange server is on might be "validating" users for MS Exchange, but
> > not the other way around.
> > I guess the way you stated it, your question really doesn't make any sense.
> > Or at least, the answer is an unqualified "no", MS Exchange cannot validate
> > users in samba.
> Sorry, me no speak english good, man, 8) , what if I said :
> Can MS Exchange ask for user validation to a samba server ?
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