Chapter 8: Managing Address Entries ShoreTel Communicator for Windows
ShoreTel 12.3 105 Viewer Components
The components that are visible on the Contact viewer depends on the viewer mode. The
following is a list of Contact viewer components:
Filter bar: The Contact viewer displays only entries whose information matches
the text in the filter bar. Filter bar contents are compared to columns that list name
and contact information for the entries, regardless of the appearance of the contact
information in the current viewer mode.
All Contact viewer modes display the Filter bar.
Column Headings: Column headings indicate the data field name for the address
To add a column to the table, right click in the Contents region and select
Choose Columns, then drag the column to be added to the desired location in
the Column Heading.
To sort the contents, click in the heading of the desired sort column.
Subsequent clicking in the field reverses the order of the sort.
To move a column to a different heading location, click and hold on the column
to be moved, then drag the column to the desired location.
To remove a column from the table, click and hold on the column to be removed
then drag the column from the table until a large X appears on the column.
Column Headings are visible in the Details viewer mode.
Contact Group bar: In viewer modes that separate the contacts by group, the
Group bar indicates the Contact Group to which the successive contacts belong.
The Contact viewer in Figure 8-7 displays two contact groups: Eastern Contacts
and Western Contacts. Each group comprises three contacts.
Contact Group bars are visible in the Details and List viewing modes.
Contacts: The contact table displays each of the defined contacts in your lists,
along with Presence icons specified in the Preferences and Options panel. Viewing
modes that display Contact Group bars can hide all contacts within a group by
pressing the collapse button located left of the group name.
All viewing modes display the defined contacts. The information listed with each
contact and the appearance of the icons depend upon the selected viewing mode.
Figure 8-7 Contact Viewer – Details mode
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