Searching the Directory
To search by name, enter the person's full, last, or partial name. The search will return all names that match, contain, or sound like the name you enter. You may use the wildcard "*" to match any part of the name. To find John Smith, you could enter "john smith", "j* smith", "j smith", "john *" or "smith". (Note: You must use the wildcard "*" to search by first name only) The more specific your search, the fewer results are returned.
To search by e-mail address, enter the person's e-mail address (email@example.com) or mailID (jxsmith).
When searching by phone number, you may enter the person's full (530-123-4567) or partial phone number (123-4567 or 3-4567).
Changing Directory Information
Follow the instructions below to update your directory information. Individuals designated as department approvers may also use this method to update directory information for individuals within their departments.
- In the Search field above, enter the name of the person whose information you want to change.
- Click Go.
- Click on the Update this listing link (next to the person's name).
- Log in using your login ID and Kerberos passphrase.
- On the edit page, you may make changes to any fields accessible to you. To save your changes, click Submit Request.
Changes submitted will be posted once they have been reviewed for accuracy and/or approved.
vCard is a file format standard for personal data interchange, specifically electronic business cards. They are often attached to e-mail messages, but can be exchanged in other ways, such as on the World Wide Web. They can contain name and address information, phone numbers, URLs, logos, photographs, and even audio clips. The vCard link helps users to minimize their efforts when adding a new contact to their contacts list within their own e-mail handler.
To download a vCard click on the Add listing to your address book to the right of the vCard image.
If your browser is configured to open vCard files with your address book application the vCard will be loaded, if not, you can save the file to your desktop and open it with your address book program if it supports vCard.