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 ldappasswd -x -h localhost -D "​cn=Manager,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"​ -w <​rootpass>​ -s <​userpass>​ "​cn=vmail,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"​ ldappasswd -x -h localhost -D "​cn=Manager,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"​ -w <​rootpass>​ -s <​userpass>​ "​cn=vmail,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"​
 ldappasswd -x -h localhost -D "​cn=Manager,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"​ -w <​rootpass>​ -s <​userpass>​ "​cn=vmailadmin,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"</​code>​ ldappasswd -x -h localhost -D "​cn=Manager,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"​ -w <​rootpass>​ -s <​userpass>​ "​cn=vmailadmin,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com"</​code>​
-  * Verify example:<​code>​ldapsearch -D "cn=directory manager" -w secret -p 389 -h server.example.com ​-b "dc=example,​dc=com"</​code>​+  * Verify example:<​code>​ldapsearch -D "cn=Manager,​dc=<​yourdomain>,​dc=com" -w password ​-h localhost ​-b "dc=<​yourdomain>​,​dc=com"</​code>​
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