LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a means for searching directories. Using LDAP in Mail means you can search for e-mail addresses easily from the Mail application. This page is based on the page at UC Irvine..
University of Toronto
o=University of Toronto,c=CA
When you type a name or email address, "Searching..." should appear to the right as you type. If the server only finds one name, it will fill in the field automatically. If the server finds multiple names, Mail first suggests one you use frequently, and a second or two later a list of other matches will appear in a pop down menu.
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This page was last updated on 2002-08-18 23:23