What are the different possible categories of addresses?

When looking at the address history for a client, the ‘Notes’ column on the far right indicates what kind of address a given entry is.

Here are the different types:

[table td1=”Label” td2=”Description” ]
[td1] Original [/td1]
[td2] The client’s address when you first met them [/td2]

[td1] Tentative [/td1]
[td2] If the task involves moving but the client hasn’t actually hired you yet, the second address is tentative. This is like a “move to” address but just not official yet. [/td2]

[td1] Job 1234 [/td1]
[td2] If you have moved a client several times, the intermediate addresses are labelled with the job number that involved moving the client to that address. [/td2]

[td1] Move To [/td1]
[td2] When you have a job to move a client, the ‘move to’ address is that new address. When the job is complete, this label will change to ‘current’. [/td2]

[td1] Current [/td1]
[td2] As might be expected, this is where the client is presently living. Note that if the client has never moved, that single address is really both ‘original’ and ‘current’. In such a case the system assigns the label ‘original’ [/td2]