I have successfully installed and configured Jive using an internal database and now have changed my config to use an existing LDAP database.
For anyone wanting another perspective on a linux install (debian Sarge) my docs are here http://www.corenetworks.com.au/doku.php?id=jive_messenger_and_java
This LDAP database uses a users full email address as the login name. From what I can tell, Jive (or Jabber in general) requires a username without the @domain component as the Jabber client adds that itself.
So my question is how can I use the user@domain login name from the LDAP database? Can Jive trim the username user@domain (that the LDAP database has s the username) so it recognises the user when the Jabber client passes “user@domain” to it?
Currently if I try to login with user@domain through the Jabber client, it will pass user@domain@domain to JIVE which doesnt like it at all.
If I try and login using user@domain, Jive is only looking for “user” which it never finds
any suggestions appreciated.