If you need to setup email aliases for a calendar user, add the mailalternateaddress attribute to the user's LDAP entry. The mail attribute provides the primary mail address, and the mailalternateaddress attribute is used for email aliases. Both attributes map the mail addresses to the user’s calendar ID (calid).
You can add the attribute in the following three ways:
, using commadmin user modify -A or by directly updating LDAP with ldapmodify.
To enable these changes, you might also need to rebuild alias tables or configurations. Refer to the documentation for Messaging Server (or your email product) as well as your site's own documentation and procedures regarding changes to mail services. Messaging Server documentation is available on this at: http://docs.sun.com/coll/1312.2.
Choose the organization where the user resides.
Search for the user.
Display the user's properties by clicking the user's name.
Edit the Mail Services Details to add aliases.
The Delegated Administrator online help.
Email aliases can be set up for calendar users, just like messaging users, by adding mailalternateaddress to the user's LDAP entry. To add the attribute using Delegated Administration Utility, use commadmin user modify -A mailalternateaddress:value.
To add email aliases to a user, use the csattribute add -a command to add mailalternateaddress attributes to the user entry.
For example, to add two aliases for a user named John Smith with these values:
With a mail attribute of: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email aliases: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
The commands would look like the following examples:
csattribute -a email@example.com add firstname.lastname@example.org
csattribute -a email@example.com add firstname.lastname@example.org