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DroidBender

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Hello,

I am working on a system that will automatically handle the registration inside our company and sync in with all the necessary components.

To cut the story short, users are being add to Active Directory. Our Kerio component uses an Active Directory plug-in to add the users in AD in Kerio. That means that the users in Kerio are directly linked to AD and will stay in sync.

My question is, can the php API perform the same action: adding users from Active Directory in the Kerio Connect environment?

Thanks!
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Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi DroidBender

This is probably best asked in the API forum as they'll be able to answer this better there.

I hope this helps.

Mark Price
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