[ngw] name completion search order

Jeremy Rogers Jeremy.Rogers at baptist-health.org
Wed Aug 10 14:03:58 UTC 2016

We made the same case when a couple of MF developers came to see us.  Right now, we've been told, it's working as designed.  It's very frustrating for us, because I want my System Address Book to be the source of truth for internal users.  Not FC.

>>> On 8/10/2016 at 8:28 AM, "Jim Gosney" <jgosney at genesco.com> wrote:
The way I understand it, the new 2014 uses a weighted system of name
complete so that most frequent entries float to the top of the list
regardless of which address book they are in.  Since, if I go into "name
completion search" in the address book and there is no longer a method
to specify order of books, I'm assuming this is true.

HOWEVER, some people are wanting it to work the old way so that, for
example, their personal book takes priority over frequent contacts.  But
I don't see a way to specify this type of ability.

What are my options?

Jim Gosney
* Linux System Engineer
* Groupwise System Engineer
* Mobility Server Admin
Genesco, Inc.
Nashville, TN

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