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airhk Absent Member.
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Address book order

Dear Sir,

When I upgrade our GW2012 to GW2014 client the address book order option is gone.
Now the default order is Frequent Contacts then Groupwise address book.
That is will be crazy in my company, how can I change the order in GW2014 or I need back to GW2012?

Thanks
Theo
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Re: Address book order

Hi Theo,

Micro Focus implemented Relevancy in how auto-complete works when addressing an email. IE. the address you use most comes up first. This can't be changed.

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Laura Buckley

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airhk Absent Member.
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Re: Address book order

Hi Laura,

I know the change has some improvement, but not good in my case.
I think the order option can be show in GW2012, why can't let the user select the suitable option in GW2014?

Thanks/Theo
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Re: Address book order

Hi Theo,

You may vote for this feature to be reintroduced into the client here:

https://ideas.microfocus.com/MFI/novell-gw/Idea/Detail/1874

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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