webfrontend for managing accounts in an LDAP directory
LDAP Account Manager (LAM) runs on an existing webserver. LAM
supports LDAP connections via SSL and TLS. It manages user, group
and host accounts. Currently LAM supports these account types:
Samba 2 and 3, Unix, Kolab 2, address book entries, NIS mail
aliases and MAC addresses. There is a tree viewer included to
allow access to the raw LDAP attributes. You can use templates
for account creation and use multiple configuration profiles.
Account information can be exported as PDF file. There is also
a script included which manages quota and homedirectories, you
have to setup sudo if you want to use it.
LAM - Readme
LDAP Account Manager (LAM) manages user, group and host accounts in an LDAP
directory. LAM runs on any webserver with PHP5 support and connects to your
LDAP server unencrypted or via SSL/TLS.
Currently LAM supports these account types: Samba 2 and 3, Unix, Kolab 2,
address book entries, NIS mail aliases and MAC addresses. There is a tree
viewer included to a
Access to the webfrontend:
- If you configured Apache(-SSL) at installation
you can access LDAP Account Manager via
http://localhost/lam or https://host.domain/lam.
- Otherwise you will have to setup your webserver
to load /usr/share/ldap-account-manager/index.html
which is the start file.
All settings can be edited via the webfrontend. The default
Some notes on managing Kolab accounts with LAM:
1. Creating accounts
The mailbox server cannot be changed after the account has been saved. Please
make sure that the value is correct.
The email address ("Personal" page) must match your Kolab domain, otherwise the
account will not work.
2. Deleting accounts
If you want to cleanly delete accounts use the "Mark for deletion" butto
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
The attribute "host" is only in objectclass account.
Unfortunatly "account" conflicts with
This document describes the installation of lamdaemon which is responsible
for managing quotas and
ATTENTION! This version of lamdaemon is no longer supported, please use the new lamdaemon instead!
Some basic hints to configure the OpenLDAP server:
SIZELIMIT: OpenLDAP allows by default 500 retur
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