This data configured in "Lookup Configurations" is used to compile data collection for use in Crossware Mail Signature.
Not all fields from AD are available – this is a Microsoft restriction. More WAAD fields will become accessible as Microsoft updates these.
To get around this limitation, AAD Connect has a feature to synchronise attributes within the customer's Active Directory to "Extension attributes" within WAAD.
These "Extension attributes" are available to Crossware Mail Signature and can be used in lookups and rules. Click on this link for more details.
Here is a list of all the currently available fields, what value is returned and the corresponding lookup names that are already configured in the Crossware Lookup Configurations list ready to be added to your signature designs.
Field Names in WAAD
What value is returned from the WAAD
Lookup Name in Crossware
Names and Title Fields
First Name - The given name (first name) of the user.
Last Name - The user's surname (family name or last name).
The user's job title.
The name displayed in the address book for the user. This is usually the combination
of the user's first name, middle initial and last name.
A thumbnail photo to be displayed for the user.
Email information fields
Email address of the user.
Company Information fields
The name of the department in which the user works.
The primary telephone number of the user's place of business.
The telephone number of the user's business fax machine.
The primary cellular telephone number for the user.
Address Information fields
The street address of the user's place of business.
The city in which the user is located.
The state or province in the user's postal address.
The postal code for the user's postal address.
The country/region in which the user is located, for example, "US" or "UK".
Other fields available for use as a Crossware lookup
The office location in the user's place of business.
The mail alias for the user.
The preferred language for the user. Should follow ISO 639-1 Code,
for example "en-US", "en-NZ"
A two-letter country code (ISO standard 3166). Examples include: "US", "JP", and "GB".
A list of additional email addresses for the user.
The user principal name (UPN) of the user. The UPN is an Internet-style login name
for the user based on the Internet standard RFC 822.
You can see that in this example, there are several fields that have been populated; therefore, any lookups in Crossware Mail Signature that use these fields will return data. The fields which have a field value of 'null' will return nothing. Also, note that these field names are case-sensitive. Microsoft will make available the support for more lookups in the near future.
The Lookups are then added to your signature design and act as merge fields to bring the user’s information for their signatures.
The Lookup Configuration view shows all the Lookups. You can edit, delete or create new lookups in this view.