Your addressing priority list directs Cisco Unity Connection to prioritize recipients that you define, similar to a "buddy" list. When you are addressing a message and Connection finds multiple matches for a recipient name based on partial spelling or on how you say the name, any matching names that are also in your addressing priority list are presented first. This allows you to find and select your intended recipients more quickly.
Connection may also automatically add recipient names to your addressing priority list when you send messages to them, and adjust the priority of names in the list based on how often you send messages to each recipient.
Your Connection administrator determines whether you can review and modify your addressing priority list, and whether Connection automatically adds names to the list based on usage.