Notes Client / address book 


Include Address Source in Ambiguous Name Dialog Box

: Notes Client / Mail
: lotus notes clients, email, address book
Keith Taylor321 - 15 2009 / (0)
When addressing a message and using type-ahead I frequently encounter the ambiguous name dialog box.  There are many address resources: my local address book, the domino directory, condensed directory catalog, extended directory catalog, and now recent contacts.  Usually there's a few entries that come up in the dialog box that ...

Paint Lotus Notes e-mail addresses with colours

: Notes Client / Other
: lotus notes, email security, attention indicator, address book, intranet address, personal address
Cristina Cannone184 - 01 2010 / (0)

The aim of this idea is to add an attention indicator in Lotus Notes, to alerts the users when they are about to send confidential information outside their own company's domain. For instance, by colouring e-mail recipients' names, just as colours can be added to senders' ...


Display Name usage in recipient fields

: Notes Client / Contacts
: address book, contacts, recipients, displayname
Adam Bradley63 - 01 2010 / (0)
 When addressing an email, it's often nice to include the name as well as the address. e.g. to send to:
John Doe <>
Notes just picks the "e-mail address" field to include in the header. Generally this is just the address, so your e-mail doesn't include any names in ...

Make search in address books more efficient in iNotes (wildcard use, ...)

: Notes Client / iNotes
: search, contact, address book
Mathieu Pape8090 - 13 2012 / (0)
See the screenshots.
When you compose a new mail and want to add people from the Domino Directory, you cannot search for someone "containing" Bruce for instance. The last name has to start with the search term or otherwise you don't get results. 
So searching "Stuart" will find 'Stuart, James' ...


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