Create additional address book in Lotus Notes 7

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I am trying to create a 3rd personal address book.  I do not have admin rights so I cannot delete any files.



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Lotus Notes 7
ASKED: September 30, 2010  2:56 PM
UPDATED: October 4, 2010  1:45 PM

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File->Database->New
Give it a title; select Personal Address Book for the template.
When done, File->Preferences->User Preferences->Mail->General
Add it to the list of local address books.

Or, you could just make a copy of an existing address book at the operating system/file level and then do the file->preferences bit to add it to the list of address books. If you do it this way, you’ll have the same entries in both – and probably want to delete them from one of them. ;-)

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  • BruceWayne
    Take care ! If you copy the names.nsf at the file system level, you will have a replica database (same Replica ID) and not an real new notes copy database . You will prefer to use the File -> Database -> New copy option from within Lotus Notes.
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  • Karliwilliamson
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