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User attributes (LDAP macros) in the SMS Request Data


Is there any way to get user attributes within the SMS Request Data?

A customer wants to separate different groups of users in the reports from the SMS service provider. This is supported by the SP
but to do it we need an attribute from the user..

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Re: User attributes (LDAP macros) in the SMS Request Data

Not as I can see.

What is posslible to send (as you probably already know) is this:
> SMS Request Data: this is the data sent to submit the SMS message.
> Possible formats are HTTP parameters for GET requests and POST form
> data, plain ASCII or XML and SOAP. The data can include several
> parameters that will be replaced before submission. All parameters are
> surrounded by percent signs. These parameters are available:
> %USER%: authentication user name
> %PASS%: authentication password
> %SENDERID%: sender identification
> %TO%: recipient SMS number
> %REQUESTID%: randomly generated request identifier
> %MESSAGE%: the message to be sent

What I would do is ask this question in the PWM google group since I
have a feeling that Jason reads that more often and that is whare the
code comes from.!forum/pwm-general

The only other option to look into is if there is any possibility to get
an attribute into the %MESSAGE% part but my gues is that you have to
look into the java code for doing that.

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