I am trying to setup Outlook 2007 Address book to use a company ldap server. This is straight forward with Thunderbird and works without fail. When I try to set up and use Outlook 2007 I get
"Error 81: Cannot connect to Internet Directory Service (LDAP)server: xxx.xxx.xxx."
I have checked and rechecked all the settings and am using the same setup as in Thunderbird. The settings under Tools > Account Settings > Address Books are:
Server Name: ldapserver.com
Server requires me to log on - not checked.
Under " More Settings"
Display Name : Ldap Server
Use SSL checked
Under Search Tab:
The only difference I see when I try to use the Thunderbird client versus the Outlook client is that Thunderbird asks me if I want to accept the self signed cert. Outlook does not. Is there any thing else that needs to be setup for outlook to use the ldap directory?
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