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Mostly examples from the Internet, Perlmonks, etc.; there are dozens of examples reading all the user profile parameters from the contact folders, not any examples of reading user profile parameters from entries under the GAL... Thanks!


In reply to Re^2: Exchange server GAL entry parameters by cole3rd
in thread Exchange server GAL entry parameters by cole3rd

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