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Remove Duplicate Address Book Entries

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February 12, 2003 10:34 am

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This applet removes duplicate entries from a personal address book. Duplicates can be defined as address book entries in the same address book which have either the same display name, or the same email address.

When a duplicate is detected, it is removed from the selected addressbook and moved to a dynamically created address book for review. This addressbook will have the same name as the original book with the words ‘ – Backup’appended.

Once you are satisfied the address book entries removed are no longer required you can manually delete the backup book.

If you manually delete a GroupWise address book before running this applet, due to a GroupWise client refresh issue, the list of available addressbooks shown may not be accurate. If you delete an address book prior to running the applet, to ensure only valid books are shown, we suggest that you re-start GroupWise.

INTEGRATIONS: GroupWise toolbars

*The installation file contains one or more Formativ applets, a brief help text file and any data required by the solution.

Note: To run the free applets available on this page, you will need to install one of the Formativ products below:

  • Runtime – For GroupWise users. Formativ Runtime is a low cost engine for running an unlimited number of Formativ solutions for GroupWise.
  • Developer – For GroupWise developers. Formativ Developer enables rapid GroupWise enhancement, customization and creation of enterprise solutions. Use Developer to run, customize and extend the free solutions available from Formativ Applet Central.

Visit the Formativ Applet Central site for more information.

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