Thanks, Jeroen, see my comment below.
> > postmap -qv test.medplus.com ldap:acceptdomains
> > postmap: fatal: open database test.medplus.com.db: No such file or
> > directory
This is the output of postmap -vq test.medplus.com ldap:acceptdomains
It does query into LDAP but returns nothing when the same LDAP query
returns value in another LDAP browser.
postmap: dict_open: ldap:acceptdomains
postmap: dict_ldap_lookup: In dict_ldap_lookup
postmap: dict_ldap_lookup: No existing connection for LDAP source
postmap: dict_ldap_connect: Connecting to server
postmap: dict_ldap_connect: Actual Protocol version used is 2.
postmap: dict_ldap_connect: Binding to server
ldap://hub-dev-app01.dev.medplus.com:389/ as dn
postmap: dict_ldap_connect: Successful bind to server
postmap: dict_ldap_connect: Cached connection handle for LDAP source
postmap: dict_ldap_lookup: acceptdomains: Searching with filter
postmap: dict_ldap_get_values: Search found 0 match(es)
postmap: dict_ldap_get_values: Leaving dict_ldap_get_values
postmap: dict_ldap_lookup: Search returned nothing
postmap: dict_ldap_close: Closed connection handle for LDAP source
> > postmap -q test.medplus.com ldap:acceptdomains
> > <---return nothing in command line--->
> > When I looked in LDAP log, I see the query issued correctly but
> > is retrieved.
> Where is that log ? What does the LDAP *server* log ?
I am referring to Open LDAP Server access log, I see the query being
issued, the same query from LDAP browser does return value, but the one
from Postfix returns nothing.
> Map files must be fully named; "acceptdomains" is not a full pathname.
I think what I have is an alternative option, unless it is no longer
supported by Postfix 2.3.3? That works with same version of Postfix in
another environment. I also see output from postmap -vq.
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