Netmail Archive 126.96.36.1994 and up.
When Netmail Search is installed in a Groupwise environment, user authentication is performed against the production eDirectory. In a Microsoft Exchange environment, authentication is performed against the CAS servers over EWS.
As of build 554, Netmail Search can also be configured to use Active Directory over LDAP. To enable this, the xgwxmlv.cfg configuration file must be modified.
To access the xgwxmlv.cfg configuration file, go to the server hosting the remote provider and navigate to ..\Program Files(x86)\Messsaging Architects\RemoteProvider. Back up your current xgwxmlv.cfg file before beginning.
Open the xgwxmlv.cfg file for editing.
Find the section in the file with the following options (commonly titled ‘Alternative Authentication Configuration’). If you don't see it, create a new section and add these options manually. NB: these options are case sensitive.
- auth.method=AD or URL
- auth.config=<AD_or_URL_1>;<AD_or_URL_2>;... [enter the IP address or URL path to the authentication target server]
- auth.EmailDomain=<email domain> [optional: if the email address does not match the UPN, enter the email domain here]
- auth.AuthSourceDomain=<auth domain 1>;<auth domain 2>;... [optional: if the email address does not match the UPN, enter the AD domain here]
AD authentication will use the UPN format for the user credentials. Below are two possible scenarios that might exist for an organization:
1) Users' SMTP address is different from their UPN
If the users' SMTP address in the mail system is in the format firstname.lastname@example.org and the UPNs (for the AD) are in the format email@example.com, then the configuration should be set as follows:
2) Users' STMP address and UPN are the same
If the users' SMTP address matches their UPN in AD, then the configuration should be set as follows.