OfficesUsing the Marlboro LDAP directory through Mac OS X Mail1.2
Mac OS 10.2 and later uses the Address Book application. Address Book also supports LDAP which allows Mac OS X Mail to lookup email addresses seamlessly. This document explains how to set up Address Book and Mail to utilize the Marlboro LDAP directory.
1.Double-Click the Address Book icon. It is located in your Applications folder.
2. Select "Preferences" under the Address Book menu item.
3. Click the LDAP tab at the top, then click the [Add] button.
4. Enter the appropriate settings in the fields:
Name: Marlboro LDAP Server
Then click the [Save] button.
5. To search for Addresses via the Address Book, click "Directories", then "Marlboro LDAP Server", then in the "Search" field enter the name you are looking for. You can enter partial or full parts of the first or last name.
Advanced tip: if you click the "Email" bar above the search results, you can view the person's phone extension.
6. Mac OS X Mail will now automatically search the LDAP server you just set up. To use it, compose a new email, type the name of the user in the "To" field. Mail will not only searchyour personal address book, but it will also search the Marlboro LDAP database. If more than one result is found, a drop down menu will appear for you to pick the appropriate person.
The below image shows the search has been replaced with the user's full name and e-mail address.