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Is there a way to covert mixed upper and lowercase information pulled from Windows Active directory to all Uppercase before Displaying it.

We trying to make a signature for our email with HTML. We pull the attributes from Active Directory such as, Name, Title, address, City, state and Postal code. It works just fine. But unfortunately the information with AD is a mixture of Upper and lower case text for these attributes. Is there way in HTML to change attributes value to all uppercase before displaying it the signature.


I know we could probably run a script to change all these attributes in AD to uppercase, but really don't want to do that unless there is no other way.

Thanks
Jeff McCormick
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Big MontySenior Web Developer / CEO of ExchangeTree.org Commented:
how are you pulling the info from AD? You must be using some sort of server side language, no? if so, chances are it has a built in function to do what you're asking
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mrsnetopsAuthor Commented:
This is example of our Signature html code. We do user third party to insert our signature into our email. The code with the MC in front is from them. I did call them and ask them but they said the couldn't , and suggested we check to see if HTML could do it.


<html><head></head><body style="font-family: 'Lucida Grande', 'Lucida Sans Unicode', 'Lucida Sans', 'DejaVu Sans', Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 9px; color: #6B6B6B;"><mc type="comment"><br />


<hr style="border: 1px solid #d7d7d7; width:100%; align: left; margin-bottom:18px;" />
<mc type="clickimage" code="imagebottom">
<p><span style="font-weight:bold; color:#006A9A;"><mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="displayName"></span><br />
<span style="color: #6B6B6B"><mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="title"></span></p>
<p> <span style="font-weight:bold; color:#006A9A;">OURCOMPANY</span><br />
<mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="streetAddress"><br />
<mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="l"> <mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="st"> <mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="postalCode"></p>
<span style="font-weight:bold; color:#006A9A;">OFFICE</span> <mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="telephoneNumber"> <span style="font-weight:bold; color:#006A9A;"><mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="otherMobile"></span> <mc type="variable" source="from" attribute="mobile"><br />
OURCOMPANY.COM<br /><p></p>
<p><em>This is the Disclaimer.</em></p>

<mc type="previouscomment">


</body></html>
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Big MontySenior Web Developer / CEO of ExchangeTree.org Commented:
you may be able to add a css class called text-transform to your page that';; capitalize everything for you

http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_text_text-transform.asp

<style>
     mc { text-transform: uppercase; }
</style>
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mrsnetopsAuthor Commented:
Okay, we got it figured out. Using a variation of yours. Thanks for the help.

<span style="text-transform: uppercase; font-size: 12px;">
<hr style="border: 1px solid #d7d7d7; width:100%; align: left; margin-bottom:18px;" />
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