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use strict; use Win32::NetAdmin; use Net::SMTP; my $dc = "\\\\x"; my $from = ''; my @recip_list = ('', ''); my $smtp_host = "x.x.x.x"; my @users = (); my $VERSION = "1.2"; my $smtp = Net::SMTP->new($smtp_host, Timeout => 30) || die "Can't con +nect to $smtp_host.\n"; $smtp->mail($from) || die "cannot mail from.\n\n"; $smtp->recipient(@recip_list); $smtp->data(); $smtp->datasend("To:\tPerl Recipients\n"); $smtp->datasend("Subject:\tPerl output of Users in the domain\n\n"); Win32::NetAdmin::GetUsers($dc, undef, \@users) || die "GetUsers failed +.\n"; foreach (@users) { $smtp->datasend( "$_\n\n"); } $smtp->dataend; $smtp->quit; =head1 NAME adminmail - This script grabs a list of all the users in a domain and +emails the results to an email address. =head1 DESCRIPTION This program is useful for quickly getting a list of all the users on +your domain. I wrote this program when our Notes administrator "Maddog" needed a list of users on the domain. =head1 README This script grabs a list of all the users in a domain and emails the r +esults to an email address. =head1 PREREQUISITES This script has a few requirements. You will need the Win32::NetAdmin + and Net::SMTP modules. You will also need to change the values for dc, from, recip_list, and +smtp_host. =head1 COREQUISITES None =pod OSNAMES MSWin32 =pod SCRIPT CATEGORIES Win32/Utilities =cut

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