How to Find Duplicate Proxy Address

How to Find Duplicate Proxy Address

Active Directory Users and Computers

1. Run Active Directory Users and Computers.

2. Right-click the domain object and choose Find from the context menu. This will bring up the Find Users, Contacts, and Groups window.

3. In the Find drop-down list, choose Custom Search.

4. Click the Advanced tab and in the Enter LDAP query: field, enter the following text: proxyaddresses=smtp:exchange_2007@neilhobson.com.

5. Click the Find Now button.

6. The result is which object owns the SMTP address: a public folder called Exchange 2007.

ADFind

adfind –root –f proxyaddresses=smtp:exchange_2007@neilhobson.com

LDAP

1. Run ldap.exe from run prompt

2. Click the Connection menu and then click Connect.

3. In the Connect window, enter the name of one of your directory servers in the Server field and then click OK.

4. Now back at the main LDP screen, click Bind from the Connection menu.

5. In the Bind window, authenticate yourself to the directory by typing a valid username, password and domain name, and then click OK.

6. Now that we’ve connected and authenticated to the directory, we can proceed to search for our SMTP address. Click the View menu and then click Tree.

7. In the Tree View window, leave the Base DN field empty and click OK.

8. In the left-hand pane of the LDP window, you should now see your domain listed

9. Now right-click the domain name listed at the very top of the left-hand pane and choose the Search option from the context menu.

10. In the Search window, enter the following text into the Filter field:

11. proxyaddresses=smtp:exchange_2007@neilhobson.com

12. Still at the Search window, ensure that the Scope option is set to Subtree and then click Run.

13. In the right-hand pane of the LDP window, the results of the search will now be display.

 

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