Re: Address book

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On 06/01/12 16:34, Renaud (Ron) Olgiati wrote:
> On Friday 06 Jan 2012 13:15 my mailbox was graced by a message from
> Anne Wilson who wrote:
>>>> I wonder why it thinks you have more than one?  I'd check
>>>> Akonadi resources to see if there is an unwanted entry there.
> 
>>> I have no Idea why, O wise and gracious Lady; but when the window
>>> opens for  choosing the address book, there is only one
>>> displayed. How do I check ?
> 
>> Alt+F2 -> type in Akonadi and you should get Akonadi Configuration 
>> offered.  Open that and you will see the resources that it thinks
>> are set up
> 
> Upon checking, turns out Akonadi knows of one Address Book, one Local
> Folders, and one std.vcf.
> 
> Only one address book here, alas...
> 
Sounds like two to me :-)  One Address Book and one std.vcf.  Check the
settings, and if you want to keep both, add the std.vcf one to Kontact.
 If you don't want both, get rid of one of them.

Anne
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