39 ratings (3.769 average)
What's new in this version (1.5):
* Added correct licensing terms (Apache License 2.0)
* Removed the trace handler
* Upgraded LDAP library to version 2.2.0 (smaller memory footprint - by 500kB)
* If SSL is selected change port to 636
LDAP Sync is a LDAP synchronization adapter for Android phones. It integrates seamlessly into the Android accounts and allows the synchronization of contacts stored in a LDAP or Active Directory server.
After installation add the LDAP account via Settings > Accounts & sync.
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Why it is read-only? Please make writable!
Does what it says on the box. Doesn't allow multiple accounts on the same server, though.
Works great with our company's OpenLDAP based directory, including jpegphoto attribute
Doesn't work for me. Error message don't help me. Refund didn't work. Aborts after a while saying "size exceeded".
It attempts to sync but I get an error message of "size limit exceeded." It needs edit settings and size limit increased.
Works ok Works perfectly ok for me. Except that I have different mail addresses in my ldap. Would like to see a possibility to add new attributes (i.e. I use mail for business mail and mozillaSecondMail for home mail addresses
initial sync works but ... * initial sync ldap > phone works fine with OpenLDAP based directory set sldapd.conf: sizelimit -1 to avoid "size limit exceeded" * follow up syncs cause "android.process.acor
Errors every time. Emailed developer and did not get a response.
Only appears to sync in one direction Easy to configure, connected immediately, but: - Only appears to sync in one direction (server -> phone). What am I doing wrong? - Can't figure out how to edit