[Samba] Classic upgrade - no email addresses
jgardeniers at objectmastery.com
Mon Aug 31 22:22:20 UTC 2015
Just confirming that your patch worked for my with the Sernet version of
On 01/09/15 07:35, John Yocum wrote:
> On 08/31/2015 02:18 PM, John Gardeniers wrote:
>> Hi Rowland,
>> Perhaps I misled you with my wording. Each user has just one email
>> address, which was not migrated across. From where I'm sitting that
>> looks like a very serious bug.
>> On 31/08/15 19:07, Rowland Penny wrote:
>>> On 31/08/15 07:27, John Gardeniers wrote:
>>>> I've been running through a bunch of tests after migrating from
>>>> Samba > 3 to Samba 4 and only just noticed that the user email
>>>> addresses >
>>> didn't come across from openldap. Is this a know issue or is this an >
>>> isolated case? > > regards, John > >
>>> It is not so much an issue but a problem, with openldap, the 'mail'
>>> attribute can appear multiple times, with AD it is single valued. If
>>> you have users with more than one email address, how is the upgrade to
>>> know which is the main one, if in fact you refer to one as the main
>>> one ? There is another attribute you can use to store email address
>>> 'otherMailbox' , but you may be better off investigating mail servers
>>> like zarafa that can authenticate via AD.
> I know when I upgraded from Samba3 + 389, it didn't import mail, among
> other attributes. So, I patched samba-tool to import a number of LDAP
> attributes we were using: given name, surname, title, office number,
> mailbox, email, phone, and fax.
> Not sure if the patch will work on current versions of Samba4, I wrote
> it for 4.1.9. No guarantees, warranty, etc. try at your own risk.
> On Debian, apply with...
> cd /usr/shared/pyshared/samba
> patch -p0 </root/samba-tool-ldap-import.patch
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