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EDIT: Another way of asking this same question, I guess, is: is there an out of the box web service to which I can pass an email address as a parameter, and get other properties for that user back as a result?


So, I have used this neat trick to pull in the current user information: InfoPath - Get the current user without writing code

Now, I have a different scenario that I need to implement. I have a form that will be pre-populated with the user's email address, and I want to access other properties of their profile using the email address as the key.

The GetUserProfileByName web service seems to be the right one to use, but I want to be able to pass it a value from the form and return the profile information I need (in this case, the user's manager).

  • You can use Search to do that, too. Execute a People search with the email address and return the Account. – Matthew McDermott Aug 14 '13 at 16:03
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The GetUserProfileByName requires that you pass it the AccountName instead of an email address. One option might be to pre-populate the people picker as you are wanting to do, and then call GetUserProfileByName via a rule and pass it the AccountId property that is stored within the people picker. Here's another link that you might find useful while doing this.

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Maybe you'll find these articles useful - InfoPath - Get the current user without writing code

InfoPath 2010 Best Practice Querying User Profile Web Service

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