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Re: [SOGo] Problem inviting attendee


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  • From: Christian Mack < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Problem inviting attendee
  • Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 11:58:10 +0100

Hello Lukas Kamber


Am 2013-02-27 14:45, schrieb Lukas Kamber:
>
> Am Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2013 10:56 CET, Christian Mack
> < >
> schrieb:
>>
>> Am 2013-02-26 16:23, schrieb Lukas Kamber:
>> >
>> > we have a problem that we can't invite attendees to an event anymore.
>> > The problem is the AJAX call that queries the free/busy times of the
>> > attendee. In the URL it uses a numeric id instead of a username:
>> > Wrong URL:
>> > https://[SOGO
>> > host]/SOGo/so/2020/freebusy.ifb/ajaxRead?sday=20130217&eday=20130309
>> >
>> > Correct URL:
>> > https://[SOGO
>> >
>> host]/SOGo/so/lukas.kamber/freebusy.ifb/ajaxRead?sday=20130217&eday=20130309
>> >
>> > This used to work in earlier 2.0.x versions. We have our users stored in
>> > an Active Directory. Is this a known issue or does anyone have a hint if
>> > I have to change the user data in the Active Directory?
>> >
>>
>> You have to provide some additional info for us.
>> What does your configuration look like?
>> Especially your SOGoUserSources?
>>
>
> we are running the latest version of SOGo, User Sources:
>
> <key>SOGoUserSources</key>
> <array>
> <dict>
> <key>CNFieldName</key>
> <string>cn</string>
> <key>IDFieldName</key>
> <string>sAMAccountName</string>
> <key>UIDFieldName</key>
> &nbs p; <string>sAMAccountName</string>
> <key>baseDN</key>
> <string>DC=intranet,DC=domain,DC=ch</string>
> <key>bindDN</key>
>
> <string>CN=account,OU=group,OU=company,DC=intranet,DC=domain,DC=ch</string>
> <key>bindFields</key>
> <array>
> <string>sAMAccountName</string>
> </array>
> <key>bindPassword</key>
> <string>*****</string>
> <key>canAuthenticate</key>
> <string>YES</string>
> <key>displayName</key>
> &n bsp; <string>Active Directory</string>
> <key>hostname</key>
> <string>****</string>
> <key>id</key>
> <string>ActiveDirectory</string>
> <key>isAddressBook</key>
> <string>No</string>
> <key>port</key>
> &nb sp; <string>389</string>
> <key>scope</key>
> <string>sub</string>
> <key>type</key>
> <string>ldap</string>
> </dict>
> <dict>
>
> Is this useful to you?
>

Yes, it shows, that you always use "sAMAccountName" to identify the user.
I assume you use "lukas.kamber" in sAMAccountName for your tests.


Where do these "&nbsp;" come from?
They shouldn't be there.


Kind regards,
Christian Mack

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Christian Mack
Gruppe Informationsdienste
Rechenzentrum Universität Konstanz



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