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The IDM Delimited Text Driver does a pretty good job at creating CSV export files, but at a cost. The solution described in this article can generate CSV format files using the Null Service Driver, some ECMA scripts and a Job. All these are available using the basic IDM activation. Intrigued?
The standard IDM v3.5.1 AD driver provides support for mail enabling AD users by populating the mailNickname and homeMDB attributes. On larger Exchange 2007 systems, there may be up to 50 message stores per server to choose from. This article explores ways of load balancing users across the available message stores.
Have you ever wished you could trigger Exchange 2007 Shell cmdlets directly from policy rules in your IDM v3.5.1 AD driver. Well now you can …
IDM provides some standard verbs to support upper and lower case string conversion in policy rules, but no support for Title Case string conversions
The ECMA script support provided with IDM v3.5.1 allows the creation of custom scripts to provide a simplified and more elegant solution to Title Case conversion than was previously possible using the standard verbs.
This article explores the use of ECMA scripts to extend the string manipulation that is possible using the standard policy verbs and how to access them from DirXML Script policy rules.
This AppNote by Justin Birt explains how to construct complex conditional statements within a single IDM rule.