Instructions on how to access Global Email List on Corp ExchangeGeneral


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  1. JCUMV

    JCUMV Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just learned how to do this from a fellow Forum member and wanted to post it up here in case other do a "search" for this. Very few are aware you can do this, or that Droid/Eris allow you to do it at all.
    1. Open Exchange email client
    2. Select Menu>>Compose
    3. Select Menu>>Add Recipient
    4. Select To
    5. Select Company Directory
    6. Begin typing in a name or distribution list that lives on the server Global Address List
    7. Select the name
    8. Compose your email
    Thank you.
     

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  2. MisterMcGoo

    MisterMcGoo Well-Known Member

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    Didn't work for me.


    UPDATE: It worked when I tapped the magnifying glass after typing a last name, which I guess forces it to sync with the GAL. Good tip.
     
  3. willdogs

    willdogs Well-Known Member

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    sweet thanks! Worked like a charm!
     
  4. davbak

    davbak Well-Known Member

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    Great tip! This was the one thing I was missing after switching from my BES BlackBerry to ActiveSync. AWESOME.
     
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    Mortgage_It Well-Known Member

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    YAHOO!!!!!! THANK YOU! I REALLY missed this feature.

    I can also confirm...I had to tap the magnifying glass to make it sync and find the name.
     
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    JCUMV Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Interesting...I don't remember needing to tap magnifying glass. But hey, as long as you get it working ;)
     
  7. phonesex

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    How about giving credit where credit is due ;)

    And yes I left that step our of my instructions - you have to tap the search magnifying glass
     
  8. Diablo

    Diablo Active Member

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    Awesome! OMG I'm so glad i found this! This was the one thing I was worried about after having a blackberry tied to our exchange server/blackberry server.

    Now I can laugh at my counterparts on their storms :p
     
  9. cevMkV

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    awesome tip!!
     
  10. Pocalypse

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    Is there a way to see phone numbers? Using this method, it only shows emails, even though the contact has phone numbers in it.
     
  11. JCUMV

    JCUMV Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    "How about giving credit where credit is due ;) "

    You're right, should've given you props! I just did a quick cut/paste and dumped into a new thread that would come up for forum members in a search. I know I looked all over for it and there wasn't one. Thanks again for the great tip!
     
  12. Stevek

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    Edit: I have the Motorola Droid so I'm not sure if your instructions apply just to the Eris.

    New to the Droid and having issues with the above instructions. Would appreciate any help and please excuse my possibly simple questions.

    - Ok with Steps 1 & 2 above
    - I don't have an add recipient option in the menu, only an add Cc/Bcc. Selecting that only adds the CC/Bcc fields to the already existing "To" field
    - I can see a "To" field but can't find "Company Directory" When I select "To", it only puts the orange box around the field and typing only brings up existing contacts, not corporate contact/global addresses.

    Again, sorry for the probably simple question but am another frustrated BB user trying to make the Droid work out.

    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
  13. JCUMV

    JCUMV Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    This only works on Eris. I had the moto Droid for a few weeks and hated it. That was one of many reasons. Wish I had better news.
     
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    bippy_b New Member

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    For the Motorola Droid,

    Search the market for "Corporate Directory". This app will allow you to search without further configuration.
     

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