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Lesson 12. Using the Address Books > Using Your Personal Address Book

Using Your Personal Address Book

As is the case with your Mail database, the Personal Address Book is managed completely by you. In fact, you are the Manager (see Appendix A for a complete explanation of security and access rights) You are the only one who can read, modify, or delete entries. This database contains names, addresses, and other information on individuals and groups of people you communicate with—like a contact sheet or file of business cards. You don't need to add your fellow employees, because everyone in your company is already in the Public Address Book, so avoid duplicating entries that might already be found there. However, remote users (those who use Notes out of the office, at home, or on their laptops) might need to add people from the Public Address Book to their Personal Address Book because they may have access to only one address book when they're not connected to the Domino server. For more information on remote users, see Lessons 20, "Setting Up for Mobile Use," and 21, "Using Notes Remotely."

To open your Personal Address Book, click the Personal Address Book database icon in the Favorites Navigation Pane. The Personal Address Book Navigation Pane displays the following views:


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