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AD bulk user email address change

Posted on 2011-09-27
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I want to select all users in AD (Win 2008 r2) and change everyones email address to firstname.lastname@domain.com. However I can't find the AD variable for First Name & Last Name. In the past I have used %USERNAME% for users profile but wondered if there is something similar for the actual names?
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You can try the AD modify tool to modify the attrib

http://admodify.codeplex.com/releases/view/6065

Regards ,

Ganesh
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Thanks, thats a really good bit of software
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Your welcome :)
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