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Keeping address books on Sametime independent

How can I implement the Sametime server with multiple address books on the same server and not allow them to see each other when a user tries to add a person to the buddy list? For example, if I have a SameTime server for company A and I create an address book for company B and they share my Sametime server (company B does not use Notes/Domino), when the user at company B logs on will he or she see his or her own users such as: user/B,user1/B etc.? Will the user from B see company A's address book? Please advise.
At this time there is not a way natively to implement what you describe. One option is to turn off the ST Directory service on the NT server. The directory browse capability is then turned off and folks will have to add users knowing their name. Currently, the DLLs with Sametime build the browse list from all directory entries.

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