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RE: ldapsearch - Active Directory proxyaddresses:smtp

Can't you use the "mail" attribute instead?
That will return the default reply address.

ldapsearch -Hldap://OURDC -s sub -x -D "mylogin@domain" -W '(samaccountname=*)' mail

If you're running this on a windows machine, you could use ldifde.exe instead.
This is what I use to get proxyaddress details out and into an LDIF file.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
> openldap-technical-bounces+chris.clemson=ihg.com@OpenLDAP.org 
> [mailto:openldap-technical-bounces+chris.clemson=ihg.com@OpenL
> DAP.org] On Behalf Of Michael Ströder
> Sent: 18 August 2008 10:18
> To: Chris Henderson
> Cc: openldap-technical@openldap.org
> Subject: Re: ldapsearch - Active Directory proxyaddresses:smtp
> Chris Henderson wrote:
> > I am trying to filter proxyaddress:smtp email addresses querying
> > Active Directory. I need to use this for sendmail address lookup. I
> > tried the following queries but they give a lot of  extraneous
> > information I don't need.
> If you search for an entry all attribute values of attribute 
> proxyaddress are returned. There's a LDAP extended control called 
> valuesReturnFilter (see RFC 3876) for this use-case. But AFAIK MS AD 
> does not implement it.
> So you have to sort things out at the client side.
> Ciao, Michael.