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Is it possible to prohibit the display of the Fax Telephone Number in address book?

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(GW 18.2 running on an OES, users are synchronized from an eDirectory by LDAP)

As an GW administrator for some legal reasons I would like to suppress globally the display of the fax number field in the address book, which comes from the Fax Telephone Number attribute in the user object in eDirectory, so that no one can see this field in the address book.

Is it possible to configure this in GW and if yes, how?

If not, would it be possible to suppress the transfer of the Fax Telephone Number attribute during the LDAP synchronization?

Best regards, Uwe.

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@uwelabs   Hi Uwe,

The highest level you can do this at is Domain level... in the GroupWise Admin Console go to Domains, select the domain, go to "Address Book" tab and remove "Fax" from the Address Book Fields.  You will need to do this for each domain.

Cheers,

Laura

 

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@uwelabs   Hi Uwe,

The highest level you can do this at is Domain level... in the GroupWise Admin Console go to Domains, select the domain, go to "Address Book" tab and remove "Fax" from the Address Book Fields.  You will need to do this for each domain.

Cheers,

Laura

 

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Hi Laura,

your answer is very helpful!
Thank you very much.

Best regards, Uwe.

 

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Hi Laura,

your answer is very helpful!
Thank you very much.

Best regards, Uwe.


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Sorry, I did not know about this possibility. But  I made up for it in the meantime.

Best regards Uwe.

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