pst2ldif (1) - Linux Man Pages
pst2ldif: extract contacts from a MS Outlook .pst file in .ldif format
pst2ldif - extract contacts from a MS Outlook .pst file in .ldif format
pst2ldif [-V] [-b
ldap-base] [-c class] [-d debug-file] [-l extra-line] [-o] [-h] pstfilename
- Show program version. Subsequent options are then ignored.
- Sets the ldap base value used in the dn records. You probably want to use something like "o=organization, c=US".
- Sets the objectClass values for the contact items. This class needs to be defined in the schema used by your LDAP server, and at a minimum it must contain the ldap attributes given below. This option may be specified multiple times to generate entries with multiple object classes.
- Specify name of debug log file. The log file is now an ascii file, instead of the binary file used in previous versions.
- Specify an extra line to be added to each ldap entry. This option may be specified multiple times to add multiple lines to each ldap entry.
- Use the old ldap schema, rather than the default new ldap schema. The old schema generates multiple postalAddress attributes for a single entry. The new schema generates a single postalAddress (and homePostalAddress when available) attribute with $ delimiters as specified in RFC4517. Using the old schema also generates two extra leading entries, one for "dn:ldap base", and one for "dn: cn=root, ldap base".
- Show summary of options. Subsequent options are then ignored.
pst2ldif reads the contact information from a MS Outlook .pst file and produces a .ldif file that may be used to import those contacts into an LDAP database. The following ldap attributes are generated for the old ldap schema:
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