Solved: OpenLDAP: ACL and binddn when dn contains non-ascii chars

Erik Norgaard norgaard at
Wed Apr 26 09:03:20 UTC 2006

Erik Norgaard wrote:

> But what do I put in place of "cn=<myname>"?
> But, what do I set as binddn? I am using the address book with
> Thunderbird and I don't know if it is smart enough to convert iso chars
> to utf-8.

Seems to have same answer, only that in slapd.conf <myname> must be
written in utf-8 while thunderbird seems to convert correctly. Now I
just gotta figure out the right access controls.


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