1.DN,instanceType,distinguishedName,objectCategory,objectClass,name,cn, 2. displayName,mail,givenName,legacyExchangeDN,middleName,proxyAddresses,...
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3. showInAddressBook,sn,textEncodedORAddress,internetEncoding,mailNickname, 4. mAPIRecipient,targetAddress 5. "CN=John Doe,OU=Sales,DC=MYDOMAIN,DC=local",4,"CN=John Doe, 6. OU=Sales,DC=MYDOMAIN,DC=local","CN=Person,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration, 7. DC=MYDOMAIN,DC=local",contact,John Doe,John Doe,John Doe, 8. John@ISP.com,John,/o=MYDOMAIN/ou=first administrative group/cn=Recipients/cn= 9. John Doe,,SMTP:John@ISP.com;X400:c=us 10. ;a= ;p=MYDOMAIN;o=Exchange;s=Doe;g=John;,"CN=Default Global Address 11. List,CN=All Global Address Lists,CN=Address Lists Container,CN=MYDOMAIN, 12. CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=MYDOMAIN,DC=local;CN=All 13. Contacts,CN=All Address Lists,CN=Address Lists Container,CN=MYDOMAIN, 14. CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=MYDOMAIN,DC=local", 15. Doe,c=us;a=; 16. p=MYDOMAIN;o=Exchange;s=Doe;g=John;,1310720,JohnDoe,FALSE, 17. SMTP:John@ISP.com
In this sample, you see we added the OU=Sales,DC=MYDOMAIN,DC=local section. From a standalone server these would be absent. So you simply paste them in to match the fact that John Doe is going to be in the Sales OU of the domain MYDOMAIN.local. Make sure you match these up exactly!
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