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Revision as of 22:41, 27 February 2009

Using our LDAP server you can connect your Mail client or Address Book to the College's directory server.

Connecting Apple's Address Book to Middlebury's LDAP Server

  1. Open Address Book.
  2. Click on the Address Book menu (top left corner), then click "Preferences".
  3. Click "LDAP" on the top, then click the plus "+" button.
  4. In the window that appears fill out the fields as follows:
    1. Name: ad.middlebury.edu
    2. Server: ad.middlebury.edu
    3. Leave the port as it is (it will automatically change during the next steps).
    4. Place a checkmark next to "Use SSL". That will allow you to checkmark "Allow self-signed certificates", as well. The port will automatically change to 636.
    5. Search base: dc=middlebury,dc=edu
    6. Leave the Scope set at "Subtree".
    7. Authentication: Simple.
    8. User name: MIDD\yourusername
    9. Password: Your college password
    10. Here's a picture of properly configured LDAP settings:
  5. Click Save and close the window. Now under "Directories", in Address Book, you will find "ad.middlebury.edu". You can use the search box to search for e-mail addresses, as well as first/last names, and anything that can be found on the College's directory (http://go.middlebury.edu/dir).