You CAN build a custom LDAP query in the interface. In the "Find Exchange
Recipients" dialog, in the "Find" list, select "Custom Search", then you can
go to the "Advanced" tab and enter a custom LDAP query. I'm no LDAP query
language expert, so I usually build the query with the regular interface
first, getting as close as I can to what I want. Then I copy and paste the
resulting query into this window and modify it.
B.Ed., MCSE+I, MCT
triOS Training Centres
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
> Frustrating. The required LDAP query seems simple enough, but the query
> builder for the address lists doesn't allow you to build this type of
> and seems to have no facility for writing a completely custom query.
> I wonder why.
> > Unfortunately, adding the dept/div info is probably the easiest way to
> > this. Otherwise you're looking at setting up a custom LDAP query at
> > possibly a script.
> > --
> > Ron Stewart
> > B.Ed., MCSE+I, MCT
> > Senior Instructor/Consultant
> > triOS Training Centres
> > Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
> > (905) 542-7678
> > --
> > > How can I construct an address list containing all the users in a
> > particular
> > > OU (and its sub OUs) in A/D?
> > > It would be somewhat artificial for us to add Department or Division
> > > etc to select the right users when they are already structured into
> > > appropriate OUs
> > > --
> > > Trevor Lawrence
> > > School of Computing
> > > University of Canberra
> > > AUSTRALIA