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Stop mail from bouncing

On Aug 31, 2005, at 9:45 AM, Matthew Gillen wrote:

> Josh ChaitinPollak wrote:
>> We recently split the ldap and mail servers onto two separate  
>> boxes  to
>> make them more reliable, but this seems to have only caused more
>> problems. Should I be mirroring the ldap config on the mail server?
> You should have a slave LDAP server *somewhere*.  Not being able to  
> look
> up user info causes so many problems that every  major network user- 
> info
> system (NIS, LDAP, Active Directory, etc) has explicit support for
> slave/secondary servers.

How do our client applications and daemons figure out when and where  
to connect to the slave ldap server? Most applications I've seen only  
have entries for a primary server..

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