LDAP (or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is an Internet protocol that allows a server administrator to publish user information (called "attributes") on an LDAP server. When LDAP is enabled by your administrator, other Internet user with LDAP-enabled client programs can access your information.
The LDAP attributes that the LDAP server can publish are shown on this page. They include First Name, Last Name, Organization, Organization Unit, Street Address, City, State, Country, Postal Code (Zip), Telephone, State, Country, and a Reply To Address.
If you want to hide your user information from other Internet users, select Hide User from Info Services.