Hello, Sol, how are you ?
i hope you are great.
My question regards the process that is needed to make the import of *.csv
files in to the Kaddressbook, because, i can make the import, for some reason
that i don't understand, the names of my contacts that was supose to appear
in the list o Kaddressbook, the only think that is shown is blanck spaces.
I' mean, can you describe exactlly what you do, if you use kmail and
Thanks man, for your time.
On Wednesday 27 August 2003 03:25, you wrote:
Marco Oliveira wrote:
Hi there, how are you ppl ?
Hope you are ok.
So, can anyone tell me if Mr. Project is the equivalent to MS Project?
Is there more software that do the same that MS Project does, or Mr.
Project is the only one ?
I'm not familiar with MS Project so I can't say how it stacks up. Check
out the home page of this project:
It hasn't reached the "1.0" state yet so it's still in a early stage
development. But given the rapid pace of OSS development, I'd expect
rapid progress. Alltheweb.com
for "mr project" and you'll see some
interesting articles comparing [M$ | mr] project. Here's one:
The other question that i have regards to the fact
that i'm having
problems with address book of Kmail. I'm not able to import files made by
it self, i mean, the software tells me that the import is done, but i
cannot see the names of the persons either emails.
So does anyone have a clue about this ?
Can anyone help me with the import of files in to the address book.
And the files that i'm working are *.csv.
Is there a better format to save this kind of information?
I'm not quite sure what you're asking here, but i suspect that you're
confused by the Kmail "Tools" menu.
Kmail -> Tools -> Import is for importing email client information that
was used with other email clients (ie: you're email address and ISP's
mail server). This might seem confusing because it's right below
Kaddressbook is a separate application which interoperates with Kmail
and other KDE applications. You can import an addressbook into
Kaddressbook in a .csv file by using the File -> Import -> Import List.
This looks a little tricky though and if you can dump your old
addressbook in vcard format you'll probably find it easier. Check out
Kaddressbook to see what I mean and don't forget to read the Kaddress
Handbook under the Help menu if you get stuck. The documentation of KDE
apps is getting better all the time.
>Thanks for your time