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Type-ahead...How does it work ?

Posted on 2001-06-26
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Hi experts,

Can somebody tell me how Type-ahead works ? I can't figure out why sometimes using type-ahead first shows people from my PAB and the other time find people from the Directory ? I don't make changes to my location documents..

Greetings,

Bob
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by:Joep8020
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Type ahead first looks local and (if set correctly in your location document) then checks the NAB on your mail server defined in your location document.

If you set the location setting recipient name lookup to exhaustively check, you are presented with a list of all matches, from which you can select the proper one.

(But something tells me that you knew all of this already ;-)

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by:oosterbaan
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Hi Joep

You are wright...I did knew this (-; , but what I don't understand is why it's acting not the way you've just comment about. For example I have set the exhaustive check in my Location document, but when using type-ahead, the results are only from my PAB...

Strange....

Greetings,

Bob
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by:Joep8020
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Do you have a mail server filled in, and is there a connection document to that mail server?
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Do you have a mail server filled in, and is there a connection document to that mail server?
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by:oosterbaan
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Yes I have.....
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HemanthaKumar earned 50 total points
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The address lookup starts from personal AB to Public AB.

In your case as the match is found in personal book it stops right there.

If it doesn't find then it will search all other available server's NAB

~Hemanth
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