Although most LDAP clients only search and read data from servers, LDAP includes a Write function for updating directory entries. ClickMail supports this function. LDAP Write is disabled by default in new datafiles.
To Enable LDAP write operations, from the Database menu choose Permissions. Under Write, check "Logged in Users." We recommend that you also define a permitted IP range for a little more security. Next, add a password to the entry(ies) of the person(s) who should be permitted write access. For write access, the client must log in with this person's Distinguished Name and password.
One publicly available Macintosh (pre-OS X) LDAP read/write client, MaX.500 from University of Michigan, can browse and edit existing entries, but not add new ones. Use the "non-UMich" install option, and set your directory and Searchbase options before searching (http://www.umich.edu/~dirsvcs/ldap/max500/).
ClickMail supports LDAP write operations Add, Delete, Modify, ModifyDN, and Abandon.