I just set up a new computer. I use evolution 2.12.3 as a mail client on the old one, so I set up evolution 2.12.3 on the new one. I saved my addressbook from the old one as a vcard and rsync'd the file to the new computer. On the new one, I went to File->Import and imported the file.
I am at wits end here, I can not get Evolution to remove completely, and the addressbook factory, calendar factory and registry source keep always running at boot. It's not in startup applications, and I purged evolution..
I have a question regarding gbirthday in Xubuntu/Ubuntu 14.04. The gbirthday package shipped with Xubuntu 14.04 is version 0.6.6 and does not include evolution support. But I use Evolution instead of Thunderbird because I like its addressbook better. So I installed 0.6.7 from sourceforge.
My Ubuntu Linux system works with Ubuntu 13.10
$ uname -r
When I execute
$ sudo apt-get upgrade evolution
I get evolution 3.8.4
I see however that Evolution 3.8.4 is osolate. "3.8.x(obsolete)"
My evolution 3.8.4 crash often.
How can I get Evolution 3.10.x?
fresh install of 12.04; old evolution files available.
As Ubuntu seems to be abandoning Evolution, I assume they have a tool to import evolution files/folders into thunderbird. What is it called in the repos? And no, I'm not looking for the 'complicated' ways.
Can one user use thunderbird as his/her email client and another user evolution?
I am using Evolution for my email client and after upgrading Ubuntu several upgrades ago, my contacts began appearing/disappearing. Most of the time I need to check or uncheck Personal from my contacts list in order to see my contacts. However, some times I can just type in the email address and the name fills in, but that does not always work.
I am installing Evolution Mail in another pc, but I want to open and use the local folders (and configuration if possible) of another Evolution installation that I have on a different hard drive. I am connecting this hard drive to the pc I'm installing Evolution using usb. Is this possible? How? Thanks.