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Attendee-Autocomplete: Prioritize user's address books over system address book #168

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tcitworld opened this Issue Nov 7, 2016 · 4 comments

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tcitworld commented Nov 7, 2016

With a high number of users on a server, maybe an user would look up only in it's addressbook, not in the whole list of the instance's users.
Of course, this should be an option (one more...).


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georgehrke commented Nov 9, 2016

Hm, what about showing contacts first?

@georgehrke georgehrke added this to the 1.7.0 milestone Nov 29, 2016

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joergmschulz commented Dec 8, 2016

anyway, contacts on server should be hidden to users as long as they are not in the same group. So, contacts of users should be what is to be searched anyway

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georgehrke commented Dec 8, 2016

anyway, contacts on server should be hidden to users as long as they are not in the same group.

If thats the case thats a server issue -> https://github.com/nextcloud/server

So, contacts of users should be what is to be searched anyway

The Nextcloud internal address book is very important, especially for inviting attendees, because you need the exact e-Mail address of a user for the event to automatically pop up in their calendar.

@georgehrke georgehrke changed the title from Option to search for attendees only in contacts, not in server users to Attendee-Autocomplete: Prioritize user's address books over system address book Mar 19, 2017

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