Personal address books give you additional flexibility in organizing lists of individuals you correspond with most often. Personal address books can contain users who are in the GroupWise system address book or contacts who are external to the GroupWise system, such as Internet users. (Remember, the Novell GroupWise address book is a system address book, and only the administrator can add to or modify the users and resources in this book.) You can create an unlimited number of personal address books within the Address Book to organize your contacts.
By default, GroupWise creates one personal address book for you. Your personal address book has your name on the address book line.
To create a new personal address book, do the following:
To quickly add users from the Novell GroupWise address book to a personal address book, Ctrl+click to select multiple users; then right-click, choose Copy To, and select your personal address book as the destination. You may also simply drag and drop users into personal address books. This method copies the contact(s) into the selected address book.
Keep in mind the following points about personal address books:
To send a message to everyone in a personal address book, click the address book tab to make the address book active. Then choose Edit, Select All (or press Ctrl+A), and click the Action button.
To edit an entry in a personal address book, simply double-click the entry. You can edit the fields of the entry and click OK to save the changes.
Here's how to delete a personal address book:
Remember, the deletion of a personal address book is permanent, and it cannot be restored once deleted.