Collaboration Applications : Contacts

Personal Address Book

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

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

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.

Technical Resources:
Policy Control

Multiple Access Methods

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.

Technical Resources:
Mobility | Desktop Clients | Baya Webmail Client