In a DIRECTORY section, each line of data can create or modify
any mailbox, contact, or group in Active Directory. Each directory
import section of the primary file begins with DIRECTORY, followed
by a header line. Each line thereafter is one object.
DIRECTORY Obj-class,Mode,Common-Name,Display-Name,Last Name,First Name,Secondary-Proxy-Addresses,Home-Server mailbox,create,ElizaB,Elizabeth Boyle,Boyle,Elizabeth,MIGRATE:PROFS:Sydney(EBoyle),~Server mailbox,create,KevinY,Kevin Yim,Yim,Kevin,MIGRATE:PROFS:Sydney(YKevin),~Server mailbox,create,BerryJ,Jo Berry,Jo,Berry,MIGRATE:PROFS:Sydney(JBerry),~Server
Important Items in the DIRECTORY section cannot have pointers to data in the secondary file. All data in the DIRECTORY section must be in the primary file.
In the primary file, the Mode header field is required and must always be set to Create. If the object already exists, an error is reported.
Tip For effective organization, it is helpful to create one primary file that contains all directory information. You can call the file Directory.pri.
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