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Is it possible to setup a scheduled task for password expiration notifier to send one email a day for accounts whose password will expire in less than X amount of days that have the AD attribute extensionAttribute1 set to a specific value? I'm able to set it up so it emails on every account but we will have several accounts expiring on the same day. There will be a lot of emails going at once.

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Hello,

As we understand, you need a single email containing all the users that meet the criteria. In this case, it can only be done using a report. You can use the built-in report, Soon-to-expire passwords (by default located in container Reports\All Reports\Users\Passwords). For details on how to schedule reports, see https://www.adaxes.com/help/ScheduleReports. For the report to take into account the required value of extensionAttribute1, replace this line in the report script

$criteria = New-AdmCriteria "user" {(mailboxType -ne "shared") -and (changePasswordAtLogon -ne $True) -and (passwordNeverExpires -ne $True) -and (smartCardRequired -ne $True)}

with the below one

$criteria = New-AdmCriteria "user" {(extensionAttribute1 -eq "My value") -and (mailboxType -ne "shared") -and (changePasswordAtLogon -ne $True) -and (passwordNeverExpires -ne $True) -and (smartCardRequired -ne $True)}
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Is it possible to put the report data into the body of an email instead of an attachment?

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Hello,

Yes, it is possible. On the Document step of the scheduling wizard, select HTML. image.png On the Delivery step, select options Send by email and Embed document into the email body. image.png

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