Please provide an option for the contacts in the same companies should have an autocomplete/dropdown box suggestion for address etc
Contacts in the same companies should have an autocomplete/dropdown box suggestion for address and autocomplete function to prompt email address when someone enter the name or the company name.
Tomi Simic commented
We have a client who communicates with a lot of different companies, it would be very useful for them to be able to search by domain (which is usually the company name) instead of having to remember specific people.
Terry Kubat commented
When replying to an email chain, you often do not want to reply to the person who sent the email to you. You could scan the email content for all the people included in the chain and present them as options for the TO field. As it is, I have to tediously locate then copy/paste the email from the body into the TO field.
When typing email addresses, many people do not realise the wrong email has been suggested and send to an incorrect person. This is causing particular issues now GDPR is in force as accidental data breaches occur due to this. It would be helpful to have an option to restrict the name cache suggestions to only emails of the same organisation - hence limiting the chances of an accidental breach.
when you type company name,first name or middle name , auto complete should prompt full email address.
autocomplete should not just recognize just first few characters
Include an option to auti-complete a word as you type in the body of an email.
Matthew Prentice commented
Autocomplete should store the primary SMTP address as the destination rather than the X500 address. The Autocomplete files store the SMTP address as expected for addresses outside your Exchange/Exchange Online environment. For some reason Autocomplete still stores X500 addresses for members within your Exchange/Exchange Online environment. ALL addresses need to be stored with SMTP addresses. By storing X500 addresses this creates unnecessary problems when users leave and have their addresses added to other accounts, are migrated between on-prem and Office 365 in hybrid situations, and other situations. It's time to leave X500 addresses behind and use only SMTP addresses.
Wilma Nedermeijer | Nedermeijer Office commented
Have you tried opening a contact and choosing 'save and new' and then choose to create a contact of the same company?