Asunto: Re: [Samba] passdb backend = Lotus Notes

rruegner robowarp at
Thu Oct 30 21:29:09 GMT 2003

Hi, i am not firm enough in notes,
samba 3 can act as win nt 4 pdc, exchange 5.5 will accept this, exchange
not cause it wants to use active directory, try to explore relatancy for
notes to active directory,
i think older notes versions will accept samba 3 pdc , dont know how it is
for newer versions
how about to make a test and post to list if it works or not ?
Best Regards

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <sjusto at>
To: "rruegner" <robowarp at>; <samba at>
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 6:31 PM
Subject: Asunto: Re: [Samba] passdb backend = Lotus Notes

Hi, maybe i didn't explain myself very well.
what I want is to use SAMBA as a PDC and store my user database with all
it's objects in lotus notes. I prefered to use this for a lot of reasons,
since my company has all the employees profiles on notes, so i was thinking,
just to add the necesary fields to the existent database and see how it
Performance issues I'm affraid of.....
Anyway, can be done?

>-- Mensaje original --
>From: "rruegner" <robowarp at>
>To: <sjusto at>,
> <samba at>
>Subject: Re: [Samba] passdb backend = Lotus Notes
>Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 18:01:17 +0100
>Hi , as far as i know there is a linux server version for notes and clients
>for windows / mac beta
>at my last setup to this i cant remember a need to involve samba in anyway.
>The way to map users which should work is ldap ( so you have to configure
>notes for ldap, mayby ...?)
>the way that will work is to integrate samba to win2000 domain server and
>new notes should be able to use active dir too. So you should have a valid
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: <sjusto at>
>To: <samba at>
>Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 3:40 PM
>Subject: [Samba] passdb backend = Lotus Notes
>Hi people, I'm a newbie to Samba3, right now I'm on the RTFM process and
>I would like to know if there is anyway to use Notes as repository for
>I understood that I need some kind of pluggin for this (please let me know
>if i'm wrong), so I would like to know if it exist or if I can obtain some
>kind of HOW-TO to develop one.
>Thanks to all in advance.
>Excuse me for my poor english.
>Santiago Justo
>Greetings from Uruguay
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