Your issue is that EMC is expecting Active Directory as the end of the LDAP connection. The msSFU30Name attribute sounds like ms=Microsoft, SFU=Services for Unix, 30=Version 3.0 and then name.
So I would guess they want the uid value there. You could ask your eDdir admin in his LDAP Server object, to map the attribute msSFU30Name to uid so that when EMC queries for msSFU30Name via LDAP, eDir will read that, look at the map, translate the name to uid, look that up in the directory, and then return the value as the requested attribute.
Odds are, once you fix this one, the next attribute that similarly needs to be mapped will come up.