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"Connect through host" GUI

Matthew Cooper, User (Posts: 9)

Sep 09, 2019 11:32:44 pm EDT

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We use direct connections for most of our endpoints and often relay through a main server at the site to get access. When setting up the connections the first time, in the connection properties of each remote client, under Connection > Network > Connect through the host: we drop down the menu to select the main site server.  We store each client in their own folder under the main address book whcih is a central address book on a self hosted server.

This list follows no order that I can understand, so it is often difficult to find the server we are looking for.

Can we request 2 changes:

1. Can this list be in alphabetical order arranged by the folder the clients are listed in
2. Can the separator [shown as --- ClientFolder] be shown in BOLD to make it easier to read.

Thanks
Matthew

Conrad Sallian, Administrator (Posts: 2556)

Sep 10, 2019 4:44:00 am EDT

Hi Matthew,

Thank you for your message.

1. The list actually does show connections and folders (and connections within folders) in their alphabetical order.



2. I will forward this request to our development.

Let me know if you have other questions.

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Matthew Cooper, User (Posts: 9)

Sep 14, 2019 6:35:57 pm EDT

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Thanks Conrad

In my case, the entries under the address folder do shown in alphabetical order, however, the folders themselves do not.

Matthew
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Conrad Sallian, Administrator (Posts: 2556)

Sep 23, 2019 1:00:33 pm EDT

Hello Matthew,

Sorry for the late reply. This happened to be a bug. Now the development team has fixed it and the fix will be applied in the very next program update.

Let me know if you have other questions.

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