I installed Jive Messenger 2.2.0 in Debian Sarge and LDAP(OpenLDAP).
I configured LDAP with:
for the uid search. An according to logs, Jive is connecting with ldap server.
My problem is that the uid attribute of my users is firstname.lastname@example.org, but it seems that Jive is only looking for the “user” part of the uid.
For example, if I connect with kopete, I set the server to the ip address of the jive server, and login to email@example.com format.
But the log of jive shows the following:
2005.09.01 17:37:42 Trying to find a user’'s DN based on their username. uid: oarmas, Base DN: ou=qmail_users,dc=mpsnet,dc=net,dc=m
2005.09.01 17:37:42 Creating a DirContext in LdapManager.getContext()…
2005.09.01 17:37:42 Created hashtable with context values, attempting to create context…
2005.09.01 17:37:42 … context created successfully, returning.
2005.09.01 17:37:42 Starting LDAP search…
2005.09.01 17:37:42 … search finished
2005.09.01 17:37:42 User DN based on username ‘‘oarmas’’ not found.
2005.09.01 17:37:42 Exception thrown when searching for userDN based on username ‘‘oarmas’’
org.jivesoftware.messenger.user.UserNotFoundException: Username oarmas not found
That is, it is not searching for the uid I specified. It ignores the @domain part of the uid attribute. Is this a client or server issue? How to solve it?
Does Jive Messenger support the case when all uid’'s attributes has the format firstname.lastname@example.org?
I use qmail-ldap and it’'d be great to have all my users with different domains available in XMPP.