I'm running Server 2003 for my domain controller. We were running Exchange 2003 but just migrated away from that to Zimbra. For some reason in our GAL it shows Security Groups that aren't distribution lists. Is there any way to hide these? I tried going to our old Exchange server and removing the Exchange attributes (even those these shouldn't have been mail enabled) and that did not work. This is causing a lot of confusion with our users. On another forum it was suggested that I need to check Zimbra GAL LDAP filter to exclude security groups. I'm not quite sure how to do that. when I go to the admin console, configure, domains, GAL, the LDAP search base is set for the values of OU=** dc=*** and dc=domain. Is there a command I need to run from the CLI to fix this?
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Anyone have any ideas on this? I think it's a Zimbra issue, but I'm just not sure how to fix it.
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