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Postfix Documentation
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  • Manuel Guesdon: Spotted a bug with the timeout attribute.
  • John Hensley: Multiple LDAP sources with more configurable attributes.
  • Carsten Hoeger: Search scope handling.
  • LaMont Jones: Domain restriction, URL and DN searches, multiple result attributes.
  • Mike Mattice: Alias dereferencing control.
  • Hery Rakotoarisoa: Patches for LDAPv3 updating.
  • Prabhat K Singh: Wrote the initial Postfix LDAP lookups and connection caching.
  • Keith Stevenson: RFC 2254 escaping in queries.
  • Samuel Tardieu: Noticed that searches could include wildcards, prompting the work on RFC 2254 escaping in queries. Spotted a bug in binding.
  • Sami Haahtinen: Referral chasing and v3 support.
  • Victor Duchovni: ldap_bind() timeout. With fixes from LaMont Jones: OpenLDAP cache deprecation. Limits on recursion, expansion and search results size. LDAP connection sharing for maps differing only in the query parameters.
  • Liviu Daia: Support for SSL/STARTTLS. Support for storing map definitions in external files ( ldap:/path/ needed to securely store passwords for plain auth.
  • Liviu Daia revised the configuration interface and added the configuration feature.
  • Liviu Daia with further refinements from Jose Luis Tallon and Victor Duchovni developed the common query, result_format, domain and expansion_limit interface for LDAP, MySQL and PosgreSQL.
And of course Wietse.
Postfix Documentation
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