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mrgenie

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On Active Directory you have the possibility to use any of the "extension Attributes" for whatever you please. Birthday, SoFi Number, etc.. 15 of them by default.

I understood Kerio Connect cannot upload and commit changes to the AD User Attributes, so if I want to add a birthday (an attribute in kerio) I cannot commit it to any of the extension attributes. The AD synchronization is one way only.

So, let's say I add the birthday to 'extensionAttribute1'

How do I tell Kerio Connect, already installed KADE, to use the extensionAttribute1 as birthday so it shows up on the users in Kerio COnnect?

Why doesn't the KADE add a few extra extensions to the AD Scheme to handle all the extras by the Kerio Connect?

Also, let's say I add my own attribute to the AD Schema, how to I manipulate Kerio Connect to use it?

i.e. I add the attribute 'Birthday' where would I put a script and what would this script look like to handle this to let kerio connect know: hey, this users birthday is....


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