AW: Gnome Card
- From: hannes <datenmull gmx at>
- To: Peter Bloomfield <peterbloomfield bellsouth net>
- Cc: balsa list <balsa-list gnome org>
- Subject: AW: Gnome Card
- Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 18:32:30 +0000
first of all: thanks peter for your speedy yet patient replies. I will
learn how to compile balsa to get a newer version than my 2.3.3.
but to decide what to do right now -and in general- a few questions
a) which format does the editor in balsa 2.3.4 use?
b) which of the four formats (vcard, ldif, ldap, gpe) is most commonly
c) which is best to import into other applications, should I change my
mail client in the future?
I am still in the process of switching over from pegasus, and it is
more trouble than I would like. So I would like to avoid storing info
in uncommon formats again, if this is possible
Is it possible to startGnomeCard from Balsa with the -f option?
balsa knows the filename of my adressbook, so it should be possible
to pass it along. How do I do it?
As of version 2.3.4, Balsa no longer uses gnomecard, but instead its
own lightweight editor. As I recall, gnomecard's "--address-book="
option was not used by Balsa.
datenmull gmx at
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