Identity Services provides limited support for the use of our LDAP service as a global address book for use within your e-mail client. Many modern e-mail clients such as Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail, Apple iPhone, & Mulberry allow for the integration of directory services to facilitate e-mail address lookup.
We've provided details for configuring the following clients:
|Microsoft Outlook 2010|
Alternately, you can use these generic settings to configure any other LDAP-enabled e-mail or address book service:
|User Name:||uid=[your ucsbnetid],ou=People,o=UCSB|
|Password:||[your ucsbnetid password]|
Note if the LDAP address look up in Thunderbird does not work, try this fix. In Preferences/Options, Advanced, Config Editor change security.ssl3.dhe_rsa_aes_128_sha and security.ssl3.dhe_rsa_aes_256_sha from true to false.
Contact to your e-mail service provider for additional support configuring your client.
Note that e-mail clients will only display a person's "UCSB E-Mail Address" as specified by the individual in the Directory Editor. They will not display an individual's address detail, such as Primary Department E-Mail, Secondary Department E-Mail, or Personal E-Mail Address.