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Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

Hello,

I have configured Jabber EDI services and can't figure it out why email address is mapped as a phone number. Any help would be appreciated.image.png

 

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Re: Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

For me it looks like sip uri dialing. If you click on that "email" are you able to make a call?

Check that parameter in the config

<BDISipUri>msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress.... And the same for sipuri tag. What are the values on the ldap for msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress ? 

If email address then you have the cause...

 

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Re: Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

Have you modified the default field mapping for Jabber?

If not, review the defaults for each field and look into your AD if that information is actually there or not.

Jabber simply pulls the information from LDAP according to the field mapping that is configured, or uses the default values.

HTH

java

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Re: Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

Only "mail" AD attribute stores mail address. I have removed mail from the configuration file, but nothing has changed.

 

Current jabber-config.xml configuration

<Presence>
<PresenceDomain>domain.lan</PresenceDomain>
<EnableLocalAddressBookSearch>false</EnableLocalAddressBookSearch>
</Presence>

<Directory>

<DirectoryServerType>EDI</DirectoryServerType>
<CommonName>cn</CommonName>
<BDICommonName>cn</BDICommonName>
<DisplayName>displayName</DisplayName>
<BDIDisplayName>displayName</BDIDisplayName>
<FirstName>givenName</FirstName>
<BDIFirstName>givenName</BDIFirstName>
<LastName>sn</LastName>
<BDILastName>sn</BDILastName>
<EmailAddress>fakevalue</EmailAddress>
<BDIEmailAddress>fakevalue</BDIEmailAddress>
<SipUri>msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress</SipUri>
<BDISipUri>msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress</BDISipUri>
<BusinessPhone>telephoneNfumber</BusinessPhone>
<BDIBusinessPhone>telephoneNfumber</BDIBusinessPhone>
<MobilePhone>fakevalue</MobilePhone>
<BDIMobilePhone>fakevalue</BDIMobilePhone>
<HomePhone>fakevalue</HomePhone>
<BDIHomePhone>fakevalue</BDIHomePhone>
<OtherPhone>fakevalue</OtherPhone>
<BDIOtherPhone>fakevalue</BDIOtherPhone>
<Title>title</Title>
<BDITitle>title</BDITitle>
<CompanyName>company</CompanyName>
<BDICompanyName>company</BDICompanyName>
<UserAccountName>sAMAccountName</UserAccountName>
<BDIUserAccountName>sAMAccountName</BDIUserAccountName>
<DomainName>userPrincipalName</DomainName>
<BDIDomainName>userPrincipalName</BDIDomainName>
<Location>co</Location>
<BDILocation>co</BDILocation>
<Nickname>Nickname</Nickname>
<BDINickname>Nickname</BDINickname>
<PostalCode>postalCode</PostalCode>
<BDIPostalCode>postalCode</BDIPostalCode>
<State>st</State>
<BDIState>st</BDIState>
<StreetAddress>streetAddress</StreetAddress>
<BDIStreetAddress>streetAddress</BDIStreetAddress>
<BaseFilter>(&amp;(objectCategory=person))</BaseFilter>
<BDIBaseFilter>(&amp;(objectCategory=person))</BDIBaseFilter>
<PredictiveSearchFilter>anr=</PredictiveSearchFilter>
<BDIPredictiveSearchFilter>anr=</BDIPredictiveSearchFilter>
<DisableSecondaryNumberLookups>1</DisableSecondaryNumberLookups>
<BDIDisableSecondaryNumberLookups>1</BDIDisableSecondaryNumberLookups>
<SearchTimeout>5</SearchTimeout>
<BDISearchTimeout>5</BDISearchTimeout>
<UseWildcards>0</UseWildcards>
<BDIUseWildcards>0</BDIUseWildcards>
<MinimumCharacterQuery>3</MinimumCharacterQuery>
<BDIMinimumCharacterQuery>3</BDIMinimumCharacterQuery>
<BDIUserANR>false</BDIUserANR>
<BDIBDIUserANR>false</BDIBDIUserANR>
<PhotoUriSubstitutionEnabled>false</PhotoUriSubstitutionEnabled>
<BDIPhotoUriSubstitutionEnabled>false</BDIPhotoUriSubstitutionEnabled>
<UseSIPURIToResolveContacts>false</UseSIPURIToResolveContacts>
<BDIUseSIPURIToResolveContacts>false</BDIUseSIPURIToResolveContacts>
</Directory>

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Re: Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

For me it looks like sip uri dialing. If you click on that "email" are you able to make a call?

Check that parameter in the config

<BDISipUri>msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress.... And the same for sipuri tag. What are the values on the ldap for msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress ? 

If email address then you have the cause...

 

View solution in original post

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Re: Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

Thank you, it was sip dialing.

<DirectoryUri> maps mail address

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Re: Jabber EDI maps email as a phone number

youare welcome ;)

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