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OVERVIEW An additional software application is needed to print a selected Thunderbird (TB) contact to an envelope using LibreOffice (LO). That software is gLabels and it is available from the Ubuntu Software Centre. This method requires a fair amount of non-technical effort to set up. Once the templates are there, printing direct to envelopes is easy. ...


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First download your server certificate & move them to /usr/share/ca-certificates: sudo cp /home/$USER/Downloads/YOURSERVER.crt /usr/share/ca-certificates And then updates the ca-cert database, since it is self-signed: (Add a star to the new certificate while running the configuration): sudo dpkg-reconfigure ca-certificates Install syncevolution: sudo ...


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Personally, I put addresses on my letters and use window envelopes but perhaps this will be more to your liking. From the writer menu select File->Insert->Envelope. You'll see something like this: Here you'll choose your registered database details for pulling your contact info in. (For more on registering a database see Help, address ...


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Not sure if that's possible at the moment There is a bug about sorting https://bugs.launchpad.net/address-book-app/+bug/1215373 It might be worth opening another one with your request https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/address-book-app/+filebug


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The simplest solution to this that I have found having done this with a couple of phones is to simply export your contacts to a vcard with your current device and then email this to yourself. Then install Dekko on the Ubuntu Touch device, receive the email and open the attachment - it will then be automatically imported. No terminal required, and it only ...


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I finally managed to connect to my phone by updating the repositories with sudo add-apt-repository ppa:phablet-team/tools && sudo apt-get update But no after setting everything up I get an error when running the sync [ERROR @baikal] transport problem: PROPFIND: Neon error code 1, no HTTP status: Server certificate verification failed: certificate ...


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It is possible to sync your Official Aquaris Ubuntu Edition with e.g. Owncloud using CardDAV. This is what I did (see wiki.ubuntuusers.de for source): First I added the certificate of my site to the folder /usr/share/ca-certificates and updates the ca-cert database, since it is self-signed: sudo mount /dev/loop0 / -o remount,rw sudo cp ...


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It is possible to sync your Official Aquaris Ubuntu Edition with e.g. Owncloud using CardDAV. This is what I did (see wiki.ubuntuusers.de for source): First I added the certificate of my site to the folder /usr/share/ca-certificates and updates the ca-cert database, since it is self-signed: sudo mount /dev/loop0 / -o remount,rw sudo cp ...


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syncevolution --import /path/to/file/allcontacts.vcf backend=evolution-contacts database=system-address-book


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Not true at the moment...only can sync contacts and calendar from google. There is no way to setup other CalDav/CardDav or ActiveSync accounts via the Settings in Ubuntu Touch. If your online info doesn't reside with google services then your out of luck.



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