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LDAP and Exchange 2000

Posted on 2004-08-31
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I recently acquired a Canon IR3200 Image runner multi purpose machine. I have successfully setup it up on the network to print, scan to folder on the server etc.
I am trying to setup the SCAN to E-MAIL/mailbox function but I was told I have to have a LDAP server.
I am running exchange 2000 in a w2k AD domain. MY Exchange is running on  DC. How do I setup LDAP on the 2000 exchange [Which is running on a DC] so that the scanner can see the active directory users.

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Question by:FalconTwo
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by:Microtech
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Hi FalconTwo,

you need an account that the scanner can use on ad, and then you need to set up the scanner to query you ad VIA ldap ie cn=server, cn=domain, cn=com

Hope This helps
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sorry that should read  that your global catalogue server is what you are querying, and to query it from the scanner you will have to set up an account in ad (call it scanner or soemthing) then configure the scanner to query the gc, via ldap which is  LDAP://server01:389 DC=domain,DC=com
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by:FalconTwo
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I have setup an e-mail account for the scanner but according to you it would appear my LDAP syntax was incorrect. I started from DC=domain.dc=com. Is it a dot or comma between the DCs?? I will definitely try this
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by:Microtech
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it is a comma
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THere I was wrong again. I was using dots. Hope this work
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