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Old 05-06-2006, 08:06 AM   #1
cdnLilwolf
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Evolution - add an address book


Perhaps its a terminology gap, but I am unable to add an address book to Evolution. Is this a restriction to the Open version?

When I click "New Address Book" the "OK" button always remains grayed out. Or is this a permissions issue. On that note, what does the "Permissions" menu item do? Mine appears to do nothing when clicked.

Thanks in advance for any replies

Andy
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