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Another link worth adding is slapd.net. It's fairly low traffic still, but it may catch on more as ldap continues to gain headway. There's some useful resources listed there, too.

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In reply to Re: Using Net::LDAP to access and update LDAP directories by naChoZ
in thread Using Net::LDAP to access and update LDAP directories by araqnid

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