Up til Notes 8.5.3 when you use the 'Recent Contacts' feature, they keep pilling up forever. So you may have 'recent' contacts which you haven't been mailing with since 2 years.
It would be nice to have a feature saying 'if recent contact not used in at least x ...
I want to disable recent contacts for people already present in public address book.
The problem with internal users is this: if you have a workflow application with lotus script and the contact is present both in names.nsf on server and recent contacts on local you will receive an error when ...
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I would like a notes.ini parameter (so pushable by desktop policy) to not include internal adresses in recent contacts.
Currently recent contacts also collects internal NotesNames and this entries are outside of the AdminP renaming process. So you get strange errors/messages when a name is renamed and now twice ...
Power users know to go and periodically clean-up the Recent Contacts view. To save everyone some time, when you receive a DFR and resend with a new address, receive a prompt to have the old address (now stored in Recent Contacts) get replaced with the one you just typed.
This does already exist in 8.5.3 for recent contacts but not for groups (nor regular contacts). Very handy if you need to mail to certain (often large) groups like for announcements, but don't want to take the risk to mail this group by mistake for non-announcements.
Up till now the central management of the recent contacts is rather limited. You can activate some options via policy or use notes.ini settings (such as DPABRemoveRule and DPABRemoveRuleSetting) for instance but it is hard to clean-up or exclude entries from a central place.
I imagine 2 systems :...
Recent Contacts will contain the addresses of people who have left the company. This can result in users sending email to contacts who no longer exist. Whilst they will receive a delivery failure a more efficient solution would be to periodically prune Recent Contacts of people who are no longer in the directories used ...