|Prevent mrs matching miss
|When enabled, then two compared names will not match if one has a title of Mrs and the other a title of Miss.
|Fuzzy match non-normalized names
|When enabled (the default), this will cause additional matching checks to be performed on names using the non-normalized name matching fields.
|Blank name company matching
|When two records contain no addressee names, this setting will allow the names to achieve a score depending on what's available in the job title and company name fields.
- 0 - Off
- 1 - On if either name blank
- 2 - On when both names are blank
|Initial match equivalent
|Controls how an initial matches a name that's equivalent to the given firstname. For example, when comparing Rebecca Smith and B Smith, then the B could be considered a match for Becky, which is a common abbreviation (or equivalent) of Rebecca.
|Cross match initial to name
|When enabled (the default), and the first letter of a firstname matches the middle initial (for example, "Richard Smith" and "John R Smith") then the names will be considered a possible match.
|Fuzzy match initials
|Controls how similar-sounding initials (M/N, S/F, and G/J) can be matched. When set to 'full' (the default), then one name's initial is permitted to match the first letter of the other name's firstname (for example, "M Smith" versus "Neil Smith"). When set to 'initialsOnly', then only initials are permitted ("M Smith" versus "N Smith"). A setting of 'noMatch' disables such matches.
|Initial match forename
|Controls the result achieved when an initial matches the first letter of a firstname. This defaults to 'equal', so that B Smith versus Bob Smith will achieve the same result as Bob Smith versus Bob Smith (i.e. 'equal' for the firstnames). Reducing this setting to 'approx' or 'contains' will reduce the resultant name score in order to distinguish such matches.
|Fuzzy match forename
|Used to prevent different recognized firstnames from fuzzy matching. For example, ordinarily Ron and Roy will fuzzy match.