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AAM LDAP Guide - Last Greeting Change

AAM LDAP Guide - Last Greeting Change

AAM LDAP Guide - Last Greeting Change

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First time long time

I was asked if there is a way to find out when a person last changed their AAM greeting. Trying to determine compliance for updating greetings.

I am very familiar with the LDAP database in AAM and pull reports monthly on Reach Me, Personal Attd, etc, but cannot find an obvious field that shows greeting change. I browsed the list of attributes and exported a few, but none were definitive. Hoping there is a secret guide that shows the fields and a brief description.

Thanks in advance!

RE: AAM LDAP Guide - Last Greeting Change

I believe the greeting is stored in LDAP as binary of the wav file. I wonder if that file has header metadata with timestamp...?

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