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Old 07-19-2005, 11:39 PM   #1
Registered: Dec 2003
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restore address book in evolution

Hi, I was Ubuntu Warty ( evolution 2.0 ) user. Then I migrated to FC4 ( evolution 2.2 ). In Ubuntu, I backed up .evolution directory but forgotten to back up .gconf directory. Then I launched evolution 2.2 in fc. I successfully restored calendar, task, mail in evolution but I can't restore my addressbook.

I have my old evolution directory in /mnt/data/sementara. Then I:
$ cp /mnt/data/sementara/evolution/addressbook/local/system/* /home/dummy/.evolution/addressbook/local/system/

But my addressbook in evolution is still empty. Any idea?


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