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Thread: Global Address Book, change First- and Lastname

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    Global Address Book, change First- and Lastname

    Hello,

    is it possible to switch the position of first and last name?

    In Outlook with Exchange, you can say "File as" in profile configuration --> Address Books.

    I already changed

    to

    In WebApp, everything works fine. But Outlook 2010 still shows the wrong display name.


    kind regards
    Last edited by wehlingph; 02-10-2014 at 01:45 PM.

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    Hi wehlingph,

    changing the ldap_fullname_attribute should be enough. Just tried this on my testing system and was (after a restart of the zarafa-server process) directly able to see the changed names in Outlook (2013). Do you have Outlook running on online or cached mode? Maybe you could try to create a new profile and see if these changes are picked up there.
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