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AD connection get mail properties problem

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Hi,

VB, VS 2010express,

Im trying to get email properties from AD, when I do

 Public Shared Sub ADconnection()

        Dim oSearcher As New DirectorySearcher
        Dim oResults As SearchResultCollection
        Dim oResult As SearchResult
        Dim mCount As Integer
        Dim mLDAPRecord, mLDAPemail, mLDAPFullname As String

        Dim ResultFields() As String = {"securityEquals", "cn"}

        Try
            With oSearcher
                .SearchRoot = New DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" & "domainserver" & _
          "/dc=xxx,dc=local")
                .PropertiesToLoad.AddRange(ResultFields)
                .Filter = "sn=" & "*"
                oResults = .FindAll()
            End With

            mCount = oResults.Count
            If mCount > 0 Then
                For Each oResult In oResults
                    mLDAPRecord = oResult.GetDirectoryEntry().Properties("cn").Value
                    mLDAPemail = oResult.GetDirectoryEntry().Properties("mail").Value
                    mLDAPFullname = oResult.GetDirectoryEntry().Properties("sn").Value
                   
                Next
            End If
        Catch e As Exception

            MsgBox("Error is " & e.Message)

        End Try

    End Sub

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then everything is working but if I change filter="cn=username" then even if he find a record it's not taking email address
any reason why?

thanks for all advise
regards
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by:Tasmant
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could it not be possible that your recordset don't contain the expected property?
Dim ResultFields() As String = {"securityEquals", "cn"}
I would change it to:
Dim ResultFields() As String = {"securityEquals", "cn", "mail"}
and maybe more to:
Dim ResultFields() As String = {"securityEquals", "cn", "mail", "sn"}

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by:gowerman
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i change as you said but still same. I checked several records they all contain that property as when I run the first one it takes all users emails
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by:Tasmant
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this attribute shouldn't be a multivalued attribute, but i've found some code
mLDAPemail = oResult.GetDirectoryEntry().Properties("mail")(0).toString()
mLDAPemail = oResult.GetDirectoryEntry().Properties("mail")(0).Value
maybe can you try ...
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by:gowerman
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when I tried this then I have index is out of range
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by:Tasmant
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ok so this is singlevalued, that's fine. Don't know why you encounter the issue, i'll try to investigate further.
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I search by samaccount and that is working now
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by:gowerman
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thats works for me
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