UNIX Script to query Active Directory: give cn (NT login name) and receive mail (Email address)


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UNIX Script to query Active Directory: give cn (NT login name) and receive mail (Email address)

Hi folks

I need to write UNIX script (with ldapsearch) to query Active Directory. Input is NT login name and output is Email address.

Attached a screenshot of Sysinternals "AD Explorer". I need to do the same in CLI.

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I am absolute LDAP/ldapsearch noob.
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Paranoid::Log::Email(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Paranoid::Log::Email(3pm)

NAME
Paranoid::Log::Email - Log Facility Email VERSION
$Id: Email.pm,v 0.82 2010/04/15 23:23:28 acorliss Exp $ SYNOPSIS
use Paranoid::Log; enableFacility('crit-alert', 'email', 'debug', '+', $mailhost, $recipient); enableFacility('crit-alert', 'email', 'debug', '+', $mailhost, [ @recipients ]); enableFacility('crit-alert', 'email', 'debug', '+', $mailhost, $recipient, $sender, $subject); DESCRIPTION
This module implements an e-mail transport for messages sent to the logger. It supports one or more recipients as well as overriding the sender address and subject line. It also supports connecting to a remote mail server. DEPENDENCIES
o Net::SMTP o Net::Domain o Paranoid::Debug SUBROUTINES
/METHODS NOTE: Given that this module is not intended to be used directly nothing is exported. init log remove dump SEE ALSO
o Paranoid::Log BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
No validation of any information, be it the mail server, recipient, or anything else is done until a message actually needs to be sent. Because of this you may have no warning of any misconfigurations just by enabling the facility. AUTHOR
Arthur Corliss (corliss@digitalmages.com) LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
This software is licensed under the same terms as Perl, itself. Please see http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information. (c) 2005, Arthur Corliss (corliss@digitalmages.com) perl v5.14.2 2010-04-15 Paranoid::Log::Email(3pm)

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