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Viewing members of Distributed List in container

Posted on 2008-06-12
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When I make an LDAP connection to Microsoft Exchange I can see all users.  What I want to do is see members of a Distributed List within Exchange.  My code to see all users is:

<cfldap server="my.server"
action="query"
name="getDeptChair"
attributes="cn,mail,sn,telephonenumber,givenname,location,department,title,physicalDeliveryOfficeName"
start="dc=ngtc, dc=org"
username="xxxxx"
scope="subtree"
password="xxxxxx"
filter="objectcategory=person">
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Question by:jwatkins706
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Not sure what version of exchange you're running... but have you checked this?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555937
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by:jwatkins706
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Although that is a good article it will not fit what I need.  I am trying to get the members of the distribution list into a dropdown list on a webpage.  The code needs to fit within following.  The filter "memberOf" does not work

<cfldap server="my.server.org"
action="query"
name="getDeptChair"
attributes="cn,mail,sn,telephonenumber,givenname,location,department,title,physicalDeliveryOfficeName"
start="dc=ngtc, dc=org"
username="myusername"
scope="subtree"
password="mypassword"
filter="memberOf=cn=Department Chairpersons">
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