Unfortunately, an address contains more information than Minkowsky can display in a single
window. Hence the address display has five page. However the most important information,
name, company and permissions are always visible,
The five pages of the address display in detail:
- The Address page: You can add up to to (business) addresses here.
Additionally you have a copy of the main phone number and the mail e-mail address.
- The Communication page contains up to four phone numbers, a fax number, e-mail addresses
and the URL of the companies Web-page.
- The Bank page contains information after the bank account(s) of the contact
and the companies tax number.
- The Misc page contain everything that doesn't fit everywhere else::
Description and future (unformatted) informations
- The private page contain all data associated with a private or personal
contact, e.g. the home address etc.
There are four levels of access permissions on addresses.
- Full Access : Reading writing and deleted addresses is allowed
- Read only + Write Memos:Addresses may only be read but user may create and modify
- Read only:Addresses may only be read
- No Access:Applies to users to which non of the other levels are granted
To each of the first three levels
- a group,
- the public (all users are member of the public ;-) )
- or the modifying user
is aaigned. If a user is members of groups on different levels the highest permission applies.
If a user is not member in any of the three groups, the user has no access to the address.
If the users who created the address is defined on all three levels this address
is effectively private. (However, Administrator of group All may access anyways).
Note: With smaller screen sizes the Access permission block might be collapsed to a single
line. This line contains the groups assigned to three first three levels of access permissions
separated by slashes. To modify them use the button on the right of this line.