EMAIL AND FAX ADDRESS BOOKS
Address books store fax and email address information. This allows address
information to be maintained in a central location instead of in spool files.
An address book is made up of entries. Each entry defines one fax and/or email
address. An entry name can be from one to three fields long. Each of the three
fields is defined as a key value. All entries in an address book must use the same
Entries within an address book can be grouped. An entry may belong to more than
one group within an address book.
When a Fax (ACOM/KF Fax or EZFax/400) or eMail (ACOM/KM Email or
EZeMail/400) FAX and/or EMAIL command is included in a document, it can be set up
to retrieve the address information from the spool file or from an address book. If using
an address book, the fax/email can be sent to:
every address in the address book,
an entry within the address book or
a group of entries within the address book.
Refer to individual FAX and EMAIL commands in Chapter 2 of this manual for
information about each command.
This chapter discusses:
creating address books, address book entries and entry groups.
maintaining address books, address book entries and entry groups.
Fax and email address books are accessed through the Address Books option on the
eMail or Fax Menus.