[kdepim-users] [Kde-pim] Importing vCard in KOrganizer
jurian at juriansluiman.nl
Tue Nov 10 14:02:07 GMT 2009
On Tuesday 10 Nov 2009 14:42:55 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Tuesday 10 November 2009 13:29:15 Jurian Sluiman wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I had an old Ubuntu system (8.10). Made an export of my calendar (File >
> > Export > vCalendar) and installed the latest Ubuntu (KDE 4.3.2, Kontact
> > 4.3.2, Korganizer 4.3.2).
> > If I try to import the vCard back (File > Import > Import Calendar) and
> > select the file, my calendar remains empty. A new resource or merging
> > the calendar into the default one: both options won't work. Checking the
> > vCard with Kate show me all the tasks and events I entered.
> > I'm completely lost without my calendar :p , so does anybody have an idea
> > to import my calendar?
> Jurian, this is the development list, not a user-support list. You will
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> Did you make a backup of your ~/.kde before changing your installation? If
> so, you only need to copy the std.vcf into the equivalent place in your new
> installation, and it should work without further changes.
Oops, sorry. I have been subscribed more than a year ago and forgot that
completely! Hereby I do a repost for kdepim-users.
About your suggestion, I have a backup of my complete home directory
(including .kde, but also e.g. .local/share/akonadi if that might be
Don't you mean the std.ics instead of std.vcf (because the latter is for
Kaddressbook, where importing worked fine)? Looking at std.ics, it's full of my
appointments. I have copied the file again, but it didn't solve the problem.
It's really strange because the vCal is filled, the "Default Calendar" resource
points towards that file, but Korganizer is still completely empty (except for
the birthdays and some special dates).
Thanks for your help :)
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