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Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) enables users and processes to access directory information from the Microsoft Exchange Server directory. As an administrator, you can grant or restrict users' access to Microsoft Exchange Server by setting permissions. Clients with permission to use LDAP can browse, read, modify, and search directory listings in the Microsoft Exchange Server directory. For example, users can search for specific information, such as phone numbers and office locations, from any application that supports LDAP. Many LDAP clients can access a single Microsoft Exchange Server computer and perform queries for directory information, such as user names and locations.