Some Domain and Account settings names may not match the standard attribute names used in the Directory Schema. For example, the Account setting Real Name has to be stored in the Directory as the cn (common name) attribute, and the custom settings surname and city (see below) should be stored as attributes sn and l.
When you need to add an attribute to your Directory Schema, always try to use attribute names specified in one of the LDAP Internet Standards (RFCs). If this attribute should be used for Directory Integration (i.e. it will be used to store some Domain or Account setting value), you may want to use the Attribute Renaming capability to "map" CommuniGate Pro Domain or Account setting name on some Directory Attribute name.
Use the Attributes Translation table to specify the name translation rules:
Note: The Attributes Translation feature works only for the Directory Integration component of the CommuniGate Pro Server. If you access the CommuniGate Pro Directory directly (via the LDAP Module, for example), no translation takes place: LDAP clients should specify the Directory Attribute names, and the returned records have Directory Attribute names, not CommuniGate Pro Domain and Account setting names - "cn", not "RealName" and "userPassword", not "Password".