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Thread: [SOLVED] Disable Tag-Filter in Webclient?

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    leSasch is offline Senior Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Disable Tag-Filter in Webclient?

    Hi together,

    maybe I'm little stupid, but .. how is the tag-filter in webclient disabled?
    For example in contacts, I click on a tag in the left side. Now, only the contacts which have the selected tag assigned, will show. If I select another tag, the according contacts are shown. So far, so good. But I'd like to see all contacts again - how do I completely disable the tag-filter?

    Thanks for a hint.

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    Click the an address book folder such as contacts.

    If you turn on 'Show advanced search language in search toolbar' preferences > general > searches, you'll see the default view for the tab is in:"contacts".

    An is:anywhere search when in the addresbook tab would do the trick.

    under:contacts (if all your folders are subfolders like /Contacts/Folder1/Folder2 not /Contacts /Folder1 /Folder2) would also do something similar.

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    Thanks for the quick reply.
    A simple "clear search" button would be nice ;-)

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