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Size: 2.08 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/4/2018
Whether your company has grown or is relatively stable, you know your address book data has the potential to be out of sync and full of duplicates and invalid address information. This article is a case study of how one company went about finding and repairing these issues and implementing a method to keep invalid data out moving forward.  
Size: 2.25 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2014
As we all know, the privacy of our personal information is critical today, both for individuals and corporations. In this article, Michelle Ennis gives us the details of how to protect Address Book data, including some valuable tips that point out some less apparent tidbits.  
Size: 676 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/17/2008
"Return to Sender - Address Unknown" can be a frustrating experience for any accounts payable or marketing department. Many times, it's a matter of an incorrect postal code. If this has become a frustrating endeavor for you and your staff, then this tip from Steve Kriegel might be just what you need. In World, there is a relatively unknown feature in the Address Book Maintenance program that can validate postal codes, as well as save valuable time in data entry. Steve steps us through how to trigger this feature in World. If you're on Xe, you're in luck as well; Steve has has information you can use to initiate this functionality in your system.  
Size: 211KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/22/2007
If you enjoy the simplicity of Internet search engines such as Google and you wish you could have something similar for JD Edwards World® Address searches, we've got some great news! There is functionality already available in your system, using Program P01200 and the F16 key,that will allow you to "google" your JDE Address book searches, thus getting you the names you want quickly. Eric Lehti takes us through the steps and menus you'll need to increase your search capabilities. Even more, he provides some pointers for how to avoid a lengthy result listing, and how to "spider" your Address book.  

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