Lotus Notes 8 Suggested Addresses

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How do we prevent Notes from suggesting the Internet form of address when suggesting addresses for fellow Notes users on the same server?

Manipulating Contacts and Recent Contacts does not work to stop this annoying practice.

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  • Gabe9527
    Do you mean recent contacts of names lookup because these are now different.... If it is names lookup what address book is being used.
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  • BobH
    I'm asking about the addresses suggested when you begin typing into an address field (TO:,CC:, Attendees:, etc.) In the server's address book I have a shortname of rheitzman and Notes is finding that and instead of sugestion my Notes address it is picking up my Internet address. For example if I begin to type rheit.... Notes suggests rheitzman@internet.com and nothing else instead of Robert Heitzman/APCD/COSLO (my Notes address.) The desired behaviour is if there is a Notes address that matches the Internet form for that Notes user should not appear.
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