Personal Address Book
Private Contact list: Each user has a private address book, which can be used to store personal and frequently used contacts.
Maintenance: The address book can be maintained and modified from Baya (webmail client).
Import/Export: Insert contacts, which are exported from other systems in a CSV file. The system supports several popular CSV formats, out of the box. Similarly export your contacts to a CSV for insertion into another system. These interfaces are available only via Baya.
Shared Address Book
Multiple shared address books: Administrators can configure the shared address book of a domain, by linking contacts from different sources e.g. the corporate directories of other domains on the server and global address books of other domains.
Maintenance: The Shared address list is maintained automatically for contacts sourced from the corporate directory or from address books of other domains. When users/contacts are added and deleted from the corporate directory or global address books, these automatically reflect in the shared address books where they are included.
Custom display name formats: Display names can be customized by composing then from user attributes like name, designation, location etc.
Address Book Access
LDAP: The address books can be accessed from any client via LDAP and automatically show up in auto complete in relevant forms.
Secure access: Domain users get secure private access only to relevant address books.
Multiple Access Methods
The address book on Connect Xf can be accessed from your choice of LDAP compliant client likeBaya: High performance Web client, a single interface for accessing all your applications.
Desktop clients: Thunderbird, Outlook, etcMobile devices: Android, iOS based devices etc.