Prioritizing the Domino central address book ahead of personal address books

How do I prioritize the domino central address book ahead of the personal adress books?

We are in the process of migrating from domino to exchange utilizing quest. One of the side affects the the sysncroniztion between AD and notes is that short names which used to be valid within the domain environment are no longer valid. What is hapening is that users with the short names in their personnal books are getting messages saying the user can not be found in the directory.

Therefore I need to prioritize the main domino directory ahead of all personal books.

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I only think that R 8 supports this, but you can check the location doc for the preference of the lookup.

You may need to create an agent to fix each local address book, but each user is going to need to run it manually.

I hope this helps !

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