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Old 3rd June 2006, 14:59
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Default Import Address Book into Kontact

I'm new to SuSE and need some guidance. I have tried to move my e-mail address book via .csv to Kontact contacts; however, none of the efforts I have tried seem to produce an address book - or at least, I am unable to select anyone at the 'TO:' when I attempt to write a message. Is there a 'howto' to simplify this process or someone willing to work with this noobie?


Dell 8250, 1 GB RAM, Dual boot, SuSE 10.0 and Win XP PRO

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