Re: [Evolution] Address book funcionality turned off

On one machine I just reinstalled 2.4.2 and it seems to have fixed

On the other machine I noticed there were evo-2.2 processes lying around
(e-d-s and evolution-alarm-notify). I suspect they were started by some
other process that thinks 2.2 is my version of Evo (possibly Firefox).
Anyway, I killed them and now everything seems back to normal.

I'll post new info if anything breaks again, but for now it looks like
it's not worth bothering about.


On Mon, 2005-12-05 at 19:52 +0530, Sushma Rai wrote:
Looks like address book component is not getting loaded.

Can you start evolution-data-server and evolution form
console and see if there are any error messages?


On Sat, 2005-12-03 at 09:17 -0400, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
[Evo 2.4.2 and 2.5.1]

I have 2 address books, one local (Personal) and one remote (LDAP). The
LDAP one is the default.

They used to work.

In the Mail window, auto-completion is apparently turned off (i.e. it
doesn't auto-complete, even for addresses I use all the time). The
autocompletion options under Preferences are correct. All optional
Plugins are enabled except Groupwise and Exchange stuff, which I have no
need for.

If I go to Preferences under Contacts, I see both address books on the
right-hand pane, with check marks, but the left-hand pane has two empty
boxes and no text. This doesn't look right. Furthermore, in the Contacts
window, I can no longer do searches. The search bar is greyed out. 

I suspect something in my XML files is borked, but it's wierd as I have
the exact same problem on two machines and I don't copy .evolution data
from one to the other.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.


PS As an aside: does anyone else think that there should be only one
Preferences window for all Evo's options, rather than a different one
for each mode? I find this user-hostile.

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