Evolution 2.24.5 && Exchange && can't Subscribe to Other user's
guru at unixarea.de
Thu Jul 30 17:17:17 UTC 2009
El día Saturday, July 25, 2009 a las 08:30:16AM -0400, Charles Oppermann escribió:
> >$ nslookup -type=SRV '_kerberos._udp.oa.OCLC.ORG'
> >Server: yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy
> >Address: yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy#53
> >Non-authoritative answer:
> >_kerberos._udp.oa.OCLC.ORG service = 0 100 88 oadc5server.oa.oclc.org.
> >_kerberos._udp.oa.OCLC.ORG service = 0 100 88 oadc01ewbe.oa.oclc.org.
> >_kerberos._udp.oa.OCLC.ORG service = 0 100 88 oadc1server.oa.oclc.org.
> >_kerberos._udp.oa.OCLC.ORG service = 0 100 88 oadc2server.oa.oclc.org.
> >Why Evo is asking for '_kerberos._udp.OCLC.ORG' and not for
> Active Directory LDAP schemes can be mis-configured and yet still appear
> to work. Check earlier to see if Evolution or PAM (if you're using
> PAM), was given oa.oclc.org or just oclc.org.
> What domain are you in? It's possible that Evolution assumes that SMTP
> address reflects your domain. If you are in the OA domain, it should
> not hurt to list your address as xxxx at oa.oclc.org. Mail sent to
> xxxx at oclc.org will still find you, and you can set the reply-to: header
> field to xxxx at oclc.org.
> I have this issue at work, as for testing purposes my email address is
> currently chuckop at exchange.microsoft.com, but the alias
> chuckop at microsoft.com works as well. But my email client keeps wanting
> to send @exchange.microsoft.com which confuses my friends into thinking
> my email address has changed.
> Good luck and let us know.
Here is what I got from the Exchange server Admin:
I am still looking into this issue. Your settings are correct in
Evolution. This appears to be an issue with Evolution itself
based on my testing and the information I found on Google....»
Do you want to see the screens of my mail settings in Evolution,
t +49-89-61308 351 - f +49-89-61308 399 - m +49-170-4527211
e <guru at unixarea.de> - w http://www.unixarea.de/
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