Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-13 Thread Alexandre Zuotoski Neto
Hi! After trying to solve the OutlookCalDavSynchronizer issue with its developer, he found something related to SOGo itself. Alexander Nimmervoll, OutlookCaldavSynchronizer developer, said: "SOGo converts the LDAP photo somehow and exports it as PHOTO attribute via CardDAV, in this process

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-10 Thread Alexandre Zuotoski Neto
Hello. After a few tries, I can confirm that mapping the AD photo, causes an error on CalDavSynchronizer, like this: " /SOGo/dav/alex/Contacts/directory/User1%20CSM System.FormatException: The input is not a valid Base-64 string as it contains a non-base 64 character, more than two

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-09 Thread Alexandre Zuotoski Neto
Hi! Unfortunatelly it is not working with CaldavSynchronizer. When photo mapping is enabled, CalDav returns the following error: "System.FormatException: Invalid length for a Base-64 char array or string.". Somebody already had this issue, but the answer wasn't very good:

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-09 Thread p...@szladovics.hu
2017-01-09 13:46 keltezéssel, Christoph Kreutzer (kreutzer.christ...@gmail.com) írta: Hi Alex, That's easy. SOGo by default uses the photo LDAP attribute. You need to create a Mapping from photo to thumbnailPhoto or jpegPhoto, or both. See the documentation for LDAP UserSource mapping, I

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-09 Thread Alexandre Zuotoski Neto
Hi Christoph, Thanks, that did the trick. Actually I had added the mapping, but I guess that that I've chosen the wrong attribute, now to be sure that it will bring the image, I used both (like in your example). The documentation like that explains how to do it is here:

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-09 Thread Christoph Kreutzer
Hi Alex, That's easy. SOGo by default uses the photo LDAP attribute. You need to create a Mapping from photo to thumbnailPhoto or jpegPhoto, or both. See the documentation for LDAP UserSource mapping, I don't have it in my mind. It should look somehow like photo = ("thumbnailPhoto",

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar - How to?

2017-01-09 Thread p...@szladovics.hu
2017-01-09 12:29 keltezéssel, Alexandre Zuotoski Neto (t...@csmcalderaria.com.br) írta: Hi! I saw that SOGo now supports active directory avatars (I guess that it also supports MS-AD thumbnalPhoto/jpegPhoto attribute). Is it correct? If so, how to do it, please? Thanks you! Hi

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar

2016-07-13 Thread Chris Coleman
On 7/13/2016 3:26 PM, Alexandre Zuotoski Neto (t...@csmcalderaria.com.br) wrote: Do you mean from jpegPhoto and/or thumbnailPhoto attribute? I'm interested in this method too :) If isn't any way for set it, then it should be a fancy feature request (like the LDAP Attributes Mapping method).

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar

2016-07-13 Thread Alexandre Zuotoski Neto
> Do you mean from jpegPhoto and/or thumbnailPhoto attribute? > I'm interested in this method too :) > > If isn't any way for set it, then it should be a fancy feature request (like > the LDAP Attributes Mapping method). Yes, that's what I mean. It works for Roundcube, Openfire, GLPI, etc.

Re: [SOGo] AD avatar

2016-07-13 Thread p...@szladovics.hu
2016-07-13 18:35 keltezéssel, Alexandre Zuotoski Neto (t...@csmcalderaria.com.br) írta: Hi! Is there any way to map avatar from AD? I already use the AD avatar in Roundcube, GLPI, Spark, etc., but couldn't find the field to map in SOGo. Do you mean from jpegPhoto and/or thumbnailPhoto