Move address book to online offline
I want to change my Exchange account provider so that store my address connected in a line (on this Exchange account) locally on the Mac.
That is the address book was originally the connected address book of the Exchange account.
I exported this address book via the menu, Export-Archive.
After I deleted this account Exchange-Addressbook - disappear from all contacts in the address book (as expected).
Now I imported archive address book (see step before), but the address book is always empty.
What I tried also is to restore time machine backup of the folder in address book in < myhomedirectory > / LibraryApplication Support/AddressBook
but without success - still empty.
Thank you in advance.
In the Finder, choose go to folder from the menu reach.
Copy and paste this path into the dialog box and click on Go
Find the three address book files - v22.abcddb and delete them.
Start Contacts and see if it meets.
I am not sure that it will work as the exchange of contacts would have been stored in a subfolder and has its own index of addresses-v22 book.
When you perform an archive of Contacts, he made a copy of the address book folder. When you restore, it replaces just the current content by copying, he did. Thus, Exchange contacts are 'hidden' in a subfolder.
Thus, if the first attempt fails, do a right-click on the Archive and choose Show Package content.
Find the Sources folder and in all subfolders. They have a unique alphanumeric name.
In each, you can find metadata records. Search in each of the individual vCards to determine which is the Exchange folder.
Again, the names will be unique names, so you'll have to QuickLook a few to see what they are (choose an answer and press the space bar - it will show you what is in the file).
When you find the correct folder of metadata, move its contents to the folder of metadata directly in the address book folder. Then try the first thing again. It should now index your cards that were buried in the Exchange folder.
Tags: Mac OS & System Software
How can I move addresses outlook express to outlook 2010 on a new HP computer. The old computer was XP and Outlook Express 2004.
You must export the file as a csv (comma Separated Values) text file.
Then, import the .csv file into outlook 2010.
I don't see anything on how to import the addresses in my address book from comcast web mail in Thunderbird. I really don't want to have to retype all of them.
Comcast address book has the ability to export to a CSV file. Doing this and save it to a place where you can find it.
Then, go to the window of Thunderbird AddressBook and Tools-Import allows to get into Thunderbird.
All addresses in my contact list are under "personal address book" and none in "collected addresses". The personal address book is too long and fill to the top with addresses I rarely (if ever) use. I prefer the new addresses that are automatically added enter the list "collected addresses" and would like to transfer addresses rarely used in this list.
The collected book adds all start addresses and gets big Rapids. But if that's what you want drag you and drop contacts between books.
Select the folder of personal book, so it appears in the main window
Select the contacts to move. Hold down the CTRL key while clicking to select multiple.
Drag the contacts to the new book folder and drop them there.
You can create a new address books on the file menu in the address book window
It would be more logical for me to create a new book and move contacts unwanted on the personal book.
The default value when adding new contacts is a book.
I want to copy the user and the e-mail information to one personal address book to others...
It still works like that. Preventing you to do this?
If you drag and drop this moves the contact from one book to the other. To copy you must hold the Ctrl key while doing. A plus sign appears to indicate a copy and not move.
I want to create specific address (for membership to the club) books. Click on the entry in the personal address book does give not an installation "COPY", and do drag from one to the other removes the personal address book. Is it possible, other than having to retype each address in the new book, which will allow the address to appear in the two books? OK - I know I'm lazy!
Learn how to use the copy/move techniques and selection of basic computer.
Hold down the CTRL key while clicking on contacts to select more than one at a time.
Hold down the CTRL everything to drag and drop to copy instead of move. A plus sign to indicate the copy.
How can I move my address book from my old computer to my new computer?
- Go to the address book
- Press Alt or F10 to see the menu bar
- Click Tools > > Export
- Save the LDIF file, and then move that file to another computer
- In the other computer, open the address book
- Click Tools > > import , select the export file
I have a few names and e-mail addresses in my address book 'collected' that I want to move my address book 'staff' and vice versa. is there an easy way to do this?
Yes, just drag and drop contacts!
I get this message at the startup of firefox: cannot open fileUnable mab to load the address book file history.mab I can delete and move forward but can't continue until it is deleted? Any suggestions on solving this problem?
When I open firefox I get the following message: could not open the file failed to load the address book file history.mab mab I can delete this message and continue to use firefox, but must remove it until I can move forward. Any suggestions to fix this?
This has happened
Each time Firefox opened
Is 10 days ago
Are you sure that your question is about Firefox and not on Thunderbird?
Firefox does not use a file history.mab
You can ask questions about the program of Thunderbird on MozillaZine Thunderbird Support forum.
This forum is better suited for questions about Thunderbird, this forum is for the support for Firefox.
I have an address book that I used for several years. It is on a XP computer. I'm trying to move the address information to a vista computer. I copied the file .dat to addresses from the XP computer on Vista computer, but the data was not updated. Is the store program data in a different location on a vista computer?
You can not just move the data files. XP uses the address book but Vista with Contacts. However, it can be imported/exported. Here is the procedure: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Import-export-or-change-the-format-for-contacts.
Indeed, open address book under XP and use the export function, save as comma seperated text CSV file extension, and then import into Vista contacts (or open Contacts in Vista and allows importing function, save as comma-delimited extension CSV text file, then import them into address book of XP). It is easy just follow the instructions in the link above.
I hope this helps.
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Using Exchange 2010. When I am logged in as a user and I have send and receive groups work to try to synchronize the offline address book I get the following error
The job ID reported an error 0 x 80190194 operation failed
I did solve the problem for a while and could really use it little assistance.
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My old computer running Windows Vista quit on me. I removed the hard drive and plugged into my new computer running Windows 8.1. When I try to start Thunderbird from the old hard drive in order to access my address book, the Thunderbird version just install on the new computer returns to the spot. How can I get to the data in the address book in order to transfer it?
Old boot disk was not able to start Windows 7 Pro, because 'important startup file' has been corrupted in some way to the previous stop (shutdown appeared 'clean'). Re-installed Windows 7 Pro on a new drive, downloaded and installed Thunderbird, etc. on the new drive and now the disk access 'death' just another 'local' drive on the new facility. The directory of profiles of Thunderbird on the disc 'death' is completely readable, but I can't seem to find "address books" (there are four). Also can't find the magic incantation to launch Thunderbird and pointing to the 'old' profile so I can 'export' address books. Any tips?
TIA, John Chase
Copy the whole profile instead. Instructions in this article: create a new profile and copy the old stuff on top
When an e-mail arrives and I want it in my address book, how do I do that
When you view a message in the messages pane, a tab or a new window, you will see a star to the right of the address of the sender. If the star is filled with color that is already in one of your address books. If the star is not filled with color, you can click on it to add it to your address book. Click on a star filled will open the Edit dialog box so you can make changes or additions to this contact.
This isn't the same star which is located to the left of the message header in the Inbox window.
Can I access my address book from anywhere?
Personal address book
I can't open the ether of them
Most of all I need to access my personal address book.
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