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Corporate directory

4 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2007-04-12 22:23:18.0Z
"Robert" <robert Posted on 2007-04-12 16:12:21.0Z
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How does this come up in the list of contacts, do we get to see both domino
addressbook and user mail-addressbook, how does user differentiate between
the two on the palm-contacts db.

Read something about this being supported only on windows mobile ? but not
Palm ... if yes what are the workarounds on the Palm


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-04-12 19:08:02.0Z
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Robert wrote:
> How does this come up in the list of contacts, do we get to see both domino
> addressbook and user mail-addressbook, how does user differentiate between
> the two on the palm-contacts db.
>
> Read something about this being supported only on windows mobile ? but not
> Palm ... if yes what are the workarounds on the Palm
>
>

There are two methods of corp dir lookup. On the Windows Mobile devices
you have the ability to run an application on the device that will
retrieve a users contact information based on search criteria. The
information is never synchronized to the device unless you chose to add
it to your personal address book, it is only looked up when needed, and
only the latest searched users are cached on the device.

For Palm and Windows Mobile we support a GAL synchronization. We allow
what's called an Aggregate Synchronization. This allows us to
synchronize the users Personal Address Book and also Synchronize the GAL
to the mobile device to the the native contacts database. These
contacts are filtered by a category. Your personal contacts will be
filtered on, for example, "Personal" and then GAL contacts will be
filtered on, for example, "Corporate". When a user adds a new contact
on their device it will always be synchronized to their personal contacts.

Thanks

Mark


"Robert" <robert Posted on 2007-04-12 20:59:38.0Z
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> There are two methods of corp dir lookup. On the Windows Mobile devices
> you have the ability to run an application on the device that will
> retrieve a users contact information based on search criteria. The
> information is never synchronized to the device unless you chose to add it
> to your personal address book, it is only looked up when needed, and only
> the latest searched users are cached on the device.
>

This is a good approach.

> For Palm and Windows Mobile we support a GAL synchronization. We allow
> what's called an Aggregate Synchronization. This allows us to synchronize
> the users Personal Address Book and also Synchronize the GAL to the mobile
> device to the the native contacts database. These contacts are filtered
> by a category. Your personal contacts will be filtered on, for example,
> "Personal" and then GAL contacts will be filtered on, for example,
> "Corporate". When a user adds a new contact on their device it will
> always be synchronized to their personal contacts.
>
So anything in the corporate list will be sent down to the Palm device ??
mind you these could be potentially thousands. So their is no dynamic lookup
over-the-air for the Palm. Think this is more realistic... user would not
know before-hand which corporate users they would be sending the emails.


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-04-12 22:23:18.0Z
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Robert wrote:
>> There are two methods of corp dir lookup. On the Windows Mobile devices
>> you have the ability to run an application on the device that will
>> retrieve a users contact information based on search criteria. The
>> information is never synchronized to the device unless you chose to add it
>> to your personal address book, it is only looked up when needed, and only
>> the latest searched users are cached on the device.
>>
> This is a good approach.
>
>> For Palm and Windows Mobile we support a GAL synchronization. We allow
>> what's called an Aggregate Synchronization. This allows us to synchronize
>> the users Personal Address Book and also Synchronize the GAL to the mobile
>> device to the the native contacts database. These contacts are filtered
>> by a category. Your personal contacts will be filtered on, for example,
>> "Personal" and then GAL contacts will be filtered on, for example,
>> "Corporate". When a user adds a new contact on their device it will
>> always be synchronized to their personal contacts.
>>
> So anything in the corporate list will be sent down to the Palm device ??
> mind you these could be potentially thousands. So their is no dynamic lookup
> over-the-air for the Palm. Think this is more realistic... user would not
> know before-hand which corporate users they would be sending the emails.
>
>
>
>
>

Yes the entire corp dir would be sent to the device, although filters
can be applied so that only contacts within certain Notes Groups will be
sent to the device, thus minimizing the number of contacts to be sent to
the device.