You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
Roland Gruber 3c7fdca8eb 7.3 3 years ago
config translation update 3 years ago
docs 7.3 3 years ago
graphics webcam support 3 years ago
help 7.3 3 years ago
lib translation 3 years ago
locale translation 3 years ago
po added newline 6 years ago
sess 7.3 3 years ago
style fixed rtl display 3 years ago
templates translation 3 years ago
tests 7.3 3 years ago
tmp 7.3 3 years ago
.htaccess drop Apache 2.2 support 5 years ago
COPYING added TCPDF 6 years ago
HISTORY allow to hide a part of the DN in display 3 years ago
README 2020 3 years ago
VERSION 7.3 3 years ago spell checking 3 years ago
composer.json updated dependencies 3 years ago
composer.lock phpmailer update 3 years ago
copyright TCPDF 6.3.5 3 years ago
index.html removed XML header 15 years ago docs 6 years ago
pwa_worker.js service worker 4 years ago


LAM - Readme

LDAP Account Manager (LAM) manages user, group and host accounts in an LDAP
directory. LAM runs on any webserver with PHP7 support and connects to your
LDAP server unencrypted or via SSL/TLS.
Currently LAM supports these account types: Samba 3/4, Unix, Kolab,
address book entries, NIS mail aliases and MAC addresses. There is a tree
viewer included to allow access to the raw LDAP attributes. You can use
templates for account creation and use multiple configuration profiles.

Copyright (C) 2003 - 2020 Roland Gruber <>

Installation and documentation:
Please see the LAM manual in docs/manual/index.html.

Default password:
The default password to edit the configuration options is "lam".

You can get the newest version at

LAM is published under the GNU General Public License.
The complete list of licenses can be found in the copyright file.

Have fun!
The LAM development team