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Ricoh Printer and exchange 2003

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I trying to use LDAP to allow a email lookup on a Ricoh Printer which will show the email address and mail the scanned documents. The device will connect to our domain controller using port 389 but will not list any of the names in active driectory. The device is not able to connect to the exchange server on port 389 as it is not open and LDAP does not seem to be running on this member server. any ideas would be aprecieated

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Try doing an LDAP query against the local DC - it holds all the information.  Also be sure you have the correct OU structure listed, i.e. dc=xxx,dc=xxx
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Did that think it might not be able to work on this printer
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