Category Archives: ADAM


Following on from my post about getting ADAM to work with Openfire, using adamsync to pull in information from the source domains was also an interesting experience. Adamsync uses an xml file to define what it should pull in, and what it should do with it. There are plenty of references out there to adamsync… Read More »


A recent project has been to configure an ADAM instance to allow Openfire (homepage) to allow users from multiple domains to connect to it. It has been interesting and at times frustrating. I wanted to sync to two domains, both in the same forest and create userProxy objects in the ADAM instance to allow for… Read More »