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Formula to list users added to groups view in Lotus Notes Personal Address Book

SearchDomino.com member Gaurav Prabhakar provides a Formula script that lists users added to groups view in the Lotus Notes Personal Address Book. This 'people by groups' view data is particularly helpful to administrators of large organizations when searching for users.

This Formula script provides a list of users added to groups view in the Lotus Notes Personal Address Book. The 'people by groups' view data is particularly helpful to administrators of large organizations when searching for users.

  
Selection Formula: SELECT Type = "Group" & GroupType != "3";

Column Title 1 : Name
Column Formula: @Name([CN]; 
Members); Sorting: Ascending, Categorized

Column Title 2 : Group
Column Formula: @Name([Abbreviate]; 
@Subset(ListName; 1)); Sorting: Ascending

Column Title 3 : Description
Column Formula: ListDescription

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