RE: Internet file formats (file extensions)

  • From: "Michael B. Smith" <michael@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2005 10:06:04 -0400

You can use the same techniques already illustrated and get most of that 
information straight out of Active Directory. For example, for IMAP4, below is 
a list of the available attributes from an IMAP virtual server (this is output 
from ldp.exe). The specific ones you mentioned are:

 

IP address:

            1> msExchServerBindings: :143:; 

            1> msExchSecureBindings: :993:; 

(the lack of a specified IP address means "all unassigned")

 

Limit number of connections to:

            1> msExchMaxIncomingConnections: 2000000000; 

(this specific value means "no limit")

 

Connection time-out:

            1> msExchIncomingConnectionTimeout: 1800; 

(divided by 60 gives you the value in minutes)

 

Full list:

            4> objectClass: top; protocolCfg; protocolCfgIMAP; 
protocolCfgIMAPServer; 

            1> cn: 1; 

            1> instanceType: 0x4 = ( IT_WRITE ); 

            1> whenCreated: 03/29/2004 14:38:43 Eastern Standard Time Eastern 
Daylight Time; 

            1> whenChanged: 03/29/2004 14:38:43 Eastern Standard Time Eastern 
Daylight Time; 

            1> uSNCreated: 28428; 

            1> uSNChanged: 28429; 

            1> associationLifetime: 30; 

            1> showInAdvancedViewOnly: TRUE; 

            1> adminDisplayName: Default IMAP4 Virtual Server; 

            1> heuristics: 131072; 

            1> useSiteValues: TRUE; 

            6> enabledAuthorizationPackages: 0§DPASSL; 0§DPA; 1§NTLMSSL; 
1§NTLM; 1§CLEARTEXTSSL; 1§CLEARTEXT; 

            1> characterSet: ISO-8859-1; 

            1> contentType: 0; 

            1> anonymousAccess: FALSE; 

            1> sendTNEF: FALSE; 

            1> enabledProtocolCfg: TRUE; 

            1> anonymousAccount: Anonymous; 

            1> delegateUser: TRUE; 

            1> listPublicFolders: TRUE; 

            1> returnExactMsgSize: TRUE; 

            1> oWAServer: http://<servername>/Exchange; 

            1> name: 1; 

            1> objectGUID: c0217e9b-718f-4833-b6ef-9cf276f7a9bd; 

            1> systemFlags: 0x60000000 = ( FLAG_CONFIG_ALLOW_RENAME | 
FLAG_CONFIG_ALLOW_MOVE ); 

            1> objectCategory: 
CN=ms-Exch-Protocol-Cfg-IMAP-Server,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=brnets,DC=int;
 

            1> msExchServerBindings: :143:; 

            1> msExchSecureBindings: :993:; 

            1> msExchAuthenticationFlags: 6; 

            1> msExchMaxIncomingConnections: 2000000000; 

            1> msExchLogType: 0; 

            1> msExchAccessSSLFlags: 0; 

            1> msExchServerAutoStart: TRUE; 

            1> msExchNTAuthenticationProviders: NTLM; 

            1> msExchIncomingConnectionTimeout: 1800; 

            1> msExchAccessFlags: 0; 

            1> msExchServerRole: 0;

 

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From: Sadanand K. Prabhakar [mailto:sadanand@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2005 8:44 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Internet file formats (file extensions)

 

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Thanks Michael,

     I am looking for the properties of protocols there at 
OrganizationName-->Servers-->"Server Name"-->Protocols.

For example, the General tab of IMAP4 properties shows "IP Address", "Limit 
Number of connections to", "Connection time-out(in minutes)" etc...

 

Thanks & Regards,

    Sadanand

 

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From: Michael B. Smith [mailto:michael@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2005 12:02 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Internet file formats (file extensions)

 

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1. See below.

 

2. Such as? This is generally non-trivial.

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