Getting Email List from Windows Domain

Drew Marshall drew at THEMARSHALLS.CO.UK
Sun Feb 20 02:01:12 GMT 2005

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Pete Russell said:
> Cool script. Note that there are 1 or 2 methods available in the MAQ.
> (Lotus Notes one from me), and the original Exchange perl one i stole
> from some one else (is credited on the webpage).

I have been converting the FAQ to wikki this evening and didn't have your
surname to credit. If you don't mind, I'll add it (Looks better than just
> May i suggest that unless you add some comments to your code that it may
> not be all that useful to others.
> Is your for creating the access list for us in postfix? I create
> recipient lists for postfix - do you know whether one has more benifits
> than the other?

My understanding was that an access list is to block client's access (E.g.
incoming mail servers) and the recipient list is a list of acceptable or
known users.
> Thanks - make sure you put your new creation in the FAQ on

No, don't do that! Could you let me have some more details off list
(Preferably some thing I can just cut and paste) and I'll add it to the
new wikki (One less item to copy over!)


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