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", "jpegPhoto")

Best regards,
Christoph

> Am 09.01.2017 um 13:03 schrieb Alexandre Zuotoski Neto 
> (t...@csmcalderaria.com.br) <users@sogo.nu>:
> 
> Hi!
> 
>    Thanks for reply. If I understood, your examples are on how to add images 
> to AD. My MS-AD already have users images, I wanna use them in SOGo, like I 
> alredy do in Roundcube, GLPI, Openfire, etc. 
> 
>    How can I import/show my AD users images into SOGo?
> 
> Cheers.
> 
>  
> 
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> Em 2017-01-09 09:48, Szládovics Péter escreveu:
> 
>> 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 Alexandre,
>> 
>> For example: if you have a thumbnail in /path/example.jpg, then you can do 
>> it with the following method.
>>> echo "dn: cn=example.user,dc=example,dc=com
>>> changetype: modify
>>> add: jpegPhoto
>>> jpegPhoto:< file://path/example.jpg
>>> -
>>> add: thumbnailPhoto
>>> thumbnailPhoto:< file://path/example.jpg" | ldapmodify -D 
>>> cn=administrator,dc=example,dc=com -W
>> It adds both attribute to the user's attributes after you give the 
>> administrator' password.
>> You need the ldap-utils package for do that.
>> 
>> If user have an other jpeg thumbnail avater, then you need to use the 
>> "replace" command instead of "add". I think you can use the ldbmodify 
>> instead of ldapmodify with similar syntax, but not sure to same. I usually 
>> use above.
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> Peti
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