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Nogo

Hello

I'm trying to get email from AD with _AD_GetObjectAttribute.

the following script gives back email adress for given sAMAccountName:

#include <AD.au3>
Global $aProperties
_AD_Open()
If @error Then Exit MsgBox(16, "Active Directory Example Skript", "Function _AD_Open encountered a problem. @error = " & @error & ", @extended = " & @extended)
$aProperties = _AD_GetObjectAttribute("anysAMAccountName", "mail")
ClipPut($aProperties)
MsgBox(0,"",$aProperties)
_AD_Close()

Tried many sAMAccountName's it works good, but on one Name 'XiaopenL' result is:

'$FUNCTION.CONET_JS_toLowerCase($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_CheckEMail($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_changeUmlaut($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_getFirstPart(Lu)$$)$$.$FUNCTION.CONET_JS_changeUmlaut($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_getFirstPart(Xiaopeng)$$)$$@xxx.xx!!99999999)$$)$$'

This is not the mail adress. Is it a failure of the AD-server?

Edited by Nogo

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water

Please a look at this site. It describes attributee mail and proxyAddresses.

Could you get the values of attribute "proxyAddresses"? Be aware that it is a multivalue attribute and hence _AD_GetObjectAttribute returns an array.


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Nogo

Could you get the values of attribute "proxyAddresses"?

No it is not set.

But I've downloaded 'Active Directory Explorer'. -> The mail adress of sAMAccountName "XiaopenL" is set to

$FUNCTION.CONET_JS_toLowerCase($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_CheckEMail($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_changeUmlaut($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_getFirstPart(Lu)$$)$$.$FUNCTION.CONET_JS_changeUmlaut($FUNCTION.CONET_JS_getFirstPart(Xiaopeng)$$)$$@xxx.xx!!99999999)$$)$$

So everything is working ok. The Database is not tended right.

I didn't expected that this is the failure.

Many thanks for your help and for the link.

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