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Mirapoint Address Book Export

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I need to export address books from a Mirapoint messaging server. I am not sure how to do this or which terminal to use. I was given the following commands to get address book information but this does not look like a command to extract calendars to a LDIF file or some type of structured file. What is the command that I can use so that I can export a user address book from the command line and how would I also do this for all users?

This is the command I was given for the address books:

User get wmaddrbook mirapointusername

Do you know what else I need to do in order to create a structured file for each user? My goal is LDIF or VCF or something that is industry standard. I am not sure what the default format is for Mirapoint.

Thank you,
John
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Hi!

Do you enter the e-mail adresses into the Mirapoint user database? According to the manual it doesn't look like you can get the e-mail adresses out of the "User get" command.

Regards, Tobias
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Maybe you can use the Dir ExportLdif command? Example if your domain is "hb.com":

Dir ExportLdif dc=hb,dc=com ""

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Regards, Tobias
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