GroupWise uses the following types of address books:
The GroupWise Address Book is the address book configured and maintained by the GroupWise administrator. Use this address book to view information about everyone in your GroupWise system.
The GroupWise Address Book is marked with a icon.
Because the GroupWise Address Book is generally quite large, you might want to search for names or use predefined Finds to find the name you are looking for, rather than scrolling through the entire address book. For more information, see Narrowing Your Search.
You can view information about contacts in the GroupWise Address Book, but you cannot edit this information.
Use the Frequent Contacts address book to access your most frequently used or most recently used entries. When you use an address in a message, the entry is copied to the Frequent Contacts address book if the book’s options are set to do so. Addresses added by the GroupWise Windows client also appear in the GroupWise WebAccess Frequent Contacts address book.
The Frequent Contacts address book is marked with a icon.
Although the Frequent Contacts address book is created by GroupWise, it is considered a personal address book because you can edit the information for contacts.
After an entry is placed in Frequent Contacts, it remains there until you delete it. The entry also remains in its original address book.
You can create, edit, save, and rename multiple address books for your personal use. For information on creating a personal address book, see Section 6.4.2, Creating a Personal Address Book.
Personal address books are marked with a icon.
You can add and delete names and address information for any contact (person, organization, or resource) you want in your personal address books.
When you create multiple address books, you can include the same name and address in several books.
Personal address books list addresses according to your preferences. For example, you can include Internet addresses or no address at all for the people you add to your personal address books. You can also create personal groups. If you save a list of people as a group, you only need to type the group name in the To box to send the entire group a message. See Organizing Addresses in Groups.