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testing new account perms


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#83023 Address Book Screen shots</h1>

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Address Book Search Toolbar</h2>
This is an overview of what the address book will look like after adding
the search widgets. The Personal
<br>Address Book has a 'Go To' button while the LDAP has a 'Search' button.
<p><img SRC="http://abzilla.mozdev.org/1.jpg" ALT="Toolbar with automatic search enabled on read/write addressbook" height=63 width=940>
<br><img SRC="5.jpg" ALT="Toolbar with automatic search disabled on read only addressbook" height=62 width=941>
<br><img SRC="6.jpg" ALT="Toolbar with automatic search disabled on read/write addressbook" height=62 width=940>
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<p>On the picture below you can see that a new toolbar appeared. With that
new toolbar, you can select the address book you want to search and then
enter your text or clicking on the search button depending if you enabled
the automatic search, the results of the search will appear in the results
frame if it is a read only address book or go to the card directly. There
is a 1 second delay on LDAP Address Books.
<br>The card features like add, modify, delete ... are still available
depending on the address book of course.
<br>The button [Advanced search] will display the advanced search dialog
box described later.
<br>The automatic search check box is to enable or disable the automatic
search.
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New AB Interface including the search toolbar.</h3>
<img SRC="2.jpg" ALT="New Interface" height=676 width=941>
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Example of a search on the read/write address book</h3>
This is an example of a search on the personal address book. The text entered
was 'hor' and the corresponding card will be highlighted. If you delete
'hor' from the toolbar then the first card will be selected.
<p><img SRC="3.jpg" height=676 width=941>
<h3>
Example of a search on the read/write address book</h3>
This is an example of a search on the Personal address book. The text entered
was 'alexis' and the results frame display only the cards containing alexis
in their display name or primary email address. If you delete 'alexis'
from the toolbar then all the cards of the selected address book will be
displayed.
<p><img SRC="4.jpg" height=676 width=941>
<h2>
Advanced Search Dialog Box.</h2>
Here is the Advanced Search dialog box.
<br>In this dialog box you have the choice between a Basic Search and Detailed
Search
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Basic Search</h3>
<img SRC="7.jpg" height=627 width=703>
<p>With the Basic Search, you can enter text in each field and the query
will return the cards corresponding to:
<br>Name = ? and organization = ? and email = ? and department = ? where
? is different to "".
<h3>
Detailed Search</h3>
<img SRC="8.jpg" ALT="Advanced search dialog box" height=627 width=703>
<p>In the screen, you can select if you want to match all expression or
match all the expression that you created. Then by clicking on search,
the expression will be translated into a query and the cards corresponding
will be returned in the results tree. From that results tree you will be
able to see the detail of each cards and drag and drop them to the main
address book window.
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More detail on the detailed search</h3>
The different fields available to search:
<p><img SRC="9.jpg" height=676 width=707>
<p>Here are the different operators available for a search:
<p><img SRC="10.jpg" height=628 width=702>
<p><img SRC="11.jpg" height=629 width=705>
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