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Hi,

I wanted to see if there's any way to alternate the case of a value. In this particular example I'm trying to send an email out and it needs to send out the samAccountName with the first character being upper case and the rest being lower case.

I tried %SAMAccountName:lower:upper,1% but of course this is invalid. Is there any way of achieving this? I would prefer not to send out an email using powershell. Perhaps using a custom attribute?

Any help appreciated.

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Hello Peter,

Unfortunately, there is no other way to achieve the desired except for using a script. It should get the username, and then form a new value with the first character uppercase. We have plans to improve value references in future releases, but for now using a script is the only way.

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