User Address Book Attributes
The address book attributes are used to provide supplementary identification and information for a user. Their content is defined by the user and the user's organization. These attributes can be viewed and managed by the Active Directory User and Computers snap-in or the Windows Address Book (WAB).
|c||The country/region in the user's address.
The country/region is represented as the two-character country/region code based on ISO-3166. For the valid codes, see Values for countryCode.
|co||The country/region in which the user is located.|
|notes||A comment. This string can be a null string.|
|department||The name for the department in which the user works.|
|description||The description to display for the user.|
|displayName||The name displayed in the address book for a particular user. This is usually the combination of the user's first name, middle initial, and last name.|
|directReports||The list of users that directly report to the user. The users listed as reports are those that have the manager attribute set to this user. Each item in the list is a linked reference to the object that represents the user; therefore, the Active Directory server automatically updates this attribute when a user's manager attribute adds or removes this user as a manager. The items are represented as distinguished names.|
|facsimileTelephoneNumber||The telephone number of the user's business fax machine.|
|givenName||The given name (first name) of the user.|
|homePhone||The primary home telephone number for the user.|
|initials||The initials for parts of the user's full name. This may be used as the middle initial in the Windows Address Book.|
|ipPhone||Used by Telephony.|
|l||The locality, such as the town or city, in the user's address.|
|managedObjects||The list of objects that are managed by the user. The objects listed are those that have the managedBy attribute set to this user. Each item in the list is a linked reference to the managed object; therefore, the Active Directory server automatically updates the managedObjects attribute when an object's managedBy attribute adds or removes this user as its manager. The items are represented as distinguished names.|
|manager||The user who is the user's manager. The manager's user object contains a directReports attribute that contains references to all user objects that have their manager attribute set to the manager's user object.|
|mobile||The primary cellular telephone number for the user.|
|otherFacsimileTelephoneNumber||The list of telephone numbers of alternate fax machines for the user.|
|otherIpPhone||Used by Telephony.|
|otherMobile||The list of alternate cellular telephone numbers for the user.|
|otherPager||The list of alternate pager telephone numbers for the user.|
|otherTelephone||The list of alternate business telephone numbers for the user.|
|pager||The primary pager telephone number for the user.|
|physicalDeliveryOfficeName||The office location in the user's place of business.|
|postalAddress||The user's postal address.|
|postalCode||The postal code for the user's postal address. The postal code is specific to the user's country/region. In the United States of America, this attribute contains the ZIP code.|
|postOfficeBox||The number or identifier of the user's post office box.|
|sn||The user's surname (family name or last name).|
|st||The state or province in the user's address.|
|streetAddress||The street address of the user's place of business.|
|telephoneNumber||The primary telephone number of the user's place of business.|
|title||The user's job title. This attribute is commonly used to indicate the formal job title, such as Senior Programmer, rather than occupational class, such as programmer. It is not typically used for "suffix" titles such as Esq. or DDS.
Examples: Managing Director, Programmer II, Associate Professor, and Development Lead.
|url||The list of URLs for the user's alternate webpages.|
|wWWHomePage||The URL for the user's primary webpage.|