Friday, April 07, 2006

Object: user ~ MS Exchange Attributes

Once the Active Directory schema is extended by Microsoft Exchange 2000 or 2003, the user attribute will contain the following additional properties:

Here is where you set the MailStore

Legacy distinguished name for creating Contacts. In the following example, Guy Thomas is a Contact in the first administrative group of GUYDOMAIN: /o=GUYDOMAIN/ou=first administrative group/cn=Recipients/cn=Guy Thomas

An easy, but important attribute. A simple SMTP address is all that is required

- FALSE Indicates that a contact is not a domain user.

Normally this is the same value as the sAMAccountName, but could be different if you wished. Needed for mail enabled contacts.

Another straightforward field, just the value to:True

NameExchange needs to know which server to deliver the mail. Example: /o=YourOrg/ou=First Administrative Group/cn=Configuration/cn=Servers/cn=MailSrv

As the name 'proxy' suggests, it is possible for one recipient to have more than one email address. Note the plural spelling of proxyAddresses.

SMTP:@ e-mail address. Note that SMTP is case sensitive. All capitals means the default address.

Displays the contact in the Global Address List.

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