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by: Bernard Teo

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Wed 30 Oct 2013

Broken LDAP on Mavericks

Category : Technology/LDAPMavericks.txt

I’ve released a new version of MailServe for Mavericks with the LDAP authentication feature hidden because this broke on Mavericks and I’m struggling to find a solution for the time being.

This new version of MailServe (7.0.2) comes with one tiny new feature, though. There is now an option to inhibit the sending of the job completion report whenever the SpamBayes training job completes. I guess having that message clog up the in-tray gets tiresome after a while.

I’ve also updated LDAP Enabler for Mavericks (3.0.1) to fix a bug with its De-Install process. I’ll continue to work on LDAP on Mavericks. If you’re interested in its progress, just let me know and I will send you any new updates I make. If I can solve it, that is.

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