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Domain: The Active Directory domain for your organization. Password: The Active Directory password for the Account ID that
resides on the domain.
Save My Password in My Mac OS Keychain: Saves the password to the Mac OS X keychain so the user doesn t have to enter it each time she initiates a session to the server. Use Kerberos authentication: Uses a Kerberos service principal to the
Exchange Server to track account information. (Because it leverages single-sign on, it does not require a username and password.) Be careful using this type of authentication if your users travel and will not have VPN access; unless your key distribution center (KDC) is publicly accessible, clients will not be able to authenticate from remote networks.
Kerberos ID: Allows the user to select a previously joined Kerberos realm (which should be present if the node is bound to Active Directory and the user is authenticated into the local host as an Active Directory account) or to authenticate into a new realm. Exchange Server: The IP address or FQDN (fully qualified domain
name) of the Exchange Server that houses the OWA role (that is, the front-end server in Exchange 2003 or the server with the CAS Role installed in Exchange 2007).
This DAV service requires a secure connection (SSL): This option
forces an SSL connection. It is important to note that Entourage 2008 still uses the now deprecated X509Anchors keychain found at /Library/Keychains. Any custom CA certificates you add will need to be added to that keychain for Entourage to properly resolve the CA chain.
Override default DAV port: Use a port other than the defaults
(which are 80 for standard http and 443 for https).
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Figure 5-2. Entourage Exchange account settings
Once you are satisfied with your entries, click on the Advanced tab where you can configure access to public folders, directory services, such as the global address book, and certificates (see Figure 5-3). Public Folder settings:
Public Folders server: The IP address or host name of the server,
sometimes followed by the path to the public virtual directory.
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This DAV service requires a secure connection (SSL): The public folder
virtual directory requires SSL for access.
Override default DAV port: Use a custom port number (if you had to append a : at the end of a URL to log into the web portal).
Directory Settings
LDAP server: The IP address or host name of the server. LDAP is used
for Global Address List (GAL) lookups. In some cases the Exchange server can be used, although you may need to use a domain controller instead. If lookups are slow for branch offices, consider using a localized global catalog server for that office.
This server requires me to log on: If checked, Entourage will
authenticate to the LDAP servers when performing lookups against the LDAP database.
This LDAP server requires a secure connection (SSL): The server
requires communication over an SSL port.
Override default LDAP Port: Use a custom port number for LDAP
access.
Maximum number of results to return: The maximum number of results
for a given LDAP query. This is similar to how the Active Directory plug-in returns a maximum number of objects, as described in 3. If you increase this number, lookups for addresses in the GAL could take longer, but you may need to increase it in large organizations if users have search issues.
Search base: The search base of the domain. For most environments,
this is not required. If the search base is needed, you should be able to obtain it from Active Directory. You can usually determine this value by performing an ldap search against one of your global catalogs:
ldapsearch -h myglobalcatalog.myco.com -x -a never -s base namingContexts
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Selecting a client certificate: Pressing the select button opens a dialog box to choose an installed SSL certificate to use for authentication. If an appropriate certificate is not listed, you will need to add one into the keychain.
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Figure 5-3. Entourage Exchange account advanced settings
One of the great features of Exchange is that users can configure who has access to their information and rights to perform actions on their behalf. This is called delegation, which Entourage supports. Once you have configured the initial account settings, as required by your organization, you can go ahead and configure delegation. This is where you can configure Entourage to allow you to send email as another user of the organization or provide other users with access to send mail as the account being configured. To configure access, as shown in Figure 5-4, select the Add button and then
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