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From: Patrick Ben Koetter (pstate-of-mind.de)
Date: Sun Jun 14 2009 - 06:55:13 CDT
* Stefan Förster <cite+postfix-usersincertum.net>:
> * James Robertson <jmesrobertson.com> wrote:
> > I decided to write a bash script for extracting recipients from Windows
> > Active Directory for a Postfix box in front of Exchange.
> > $LDAPSEARCH -x -h $LDAPHOST -D $LDAPUSER -w $LDAPPASS -b $LDAPBASE \
> > '(proxyAddresses=*)' 2>$ERRORLOG | $GREP -f $RELAYDOMAINS | $GREP -Fi
> While this will almost certainly work for smaller networks, you are in
> serious trouble if you have more than 1000 recipients. To work around
> this issue from the Linux side, consider using "-E pr=100/(no)prompt".
> As for the Exchange side, I really don't know, but I know for sure
> that there is a LDAP protocol settings dialogue in the Exchange server
> administration GUI. Perhaps someone else can shed some light on this
IIRC, the user who connects to the Exchange's Active Directory must be
permitted to exceed the default query size limit of 1.000. And yes, I remember
that to be a administration GUI switch, too.
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